I'm, approaching 80 years old. I wear spectacles, I have a 19" monitor and both Win 7 and Win 10 on separate Hard Drives. Studio One is fine, I can alter the colors and make it readable, but programs like Scaler 2, Ampla Guitar and Logic Pro to name but three of the many, have adopted this totally insane color scheme, dark grey on a black background. If I make my screen resolution any lower than I can't see the entire screen. If I go to Personalize and increase the magnification, then I can't get to the OK button it's off the bottom of the screen. They just forget about older people that don't have 20:20 vision any longer. I find Ample Sound's products and Scaler 2 almost unusable. I have to get right up to the screen with a magnifying glass and even then, becase of the dark grey against black, I can barely read the test or make out the icons. Have these clowns all gone mad? We'll soon be getting black on black. Sure, I don't want glaring white with big black text, but if Studio One can give us some oprions to change the color scheme to suit our vision, why can't Ample Sound, Scaler 2 and Logic Pro X have the same courtesy. There's a BIT of leeway with Logics, but not very much. Is there any wonder that people pirate software when the producers are so damn selfish, with their 40" monitors and perfect vision, that they don't give a ..... about the people who PAY them.