It's not supposed to scale 94.5% and often doesn't (never on this side on a Mac).
No I'm sure it wasn't designed
to scale output on Windows systems, but it does, no fix has been forth coming and I doubt it will.
Are you saying you've never seen scaling on a Mac either ? If so where is it "intermittent" ?
The solution is rather easy too: put something on the target that a customer can see produces output at 100%. It's completely pointless to send a scaled target to someone hoping to read it with an iSis,
I wish I trusted my clients enough to let them loose trying to resize charts reliably. Too many seem incapable of printing @ 100% anyway.
I've got no less than 5 different targets my customers can use, including the three page 2500 patch B&W optimization post profile steps (optional) that i1Profiler provides.
We have several different targets available for various purposes, but it's been no problem to build versions of the reference files to cope with the resizing. Over the years I've found that keeping the client side of things as simple as possible ultimately means less support issues.
If on Windows you get 95.4%, what if you just tell ACPU to print at 105% (close enough for the iSis to read)?
There's no option in ACPU to scale output. Not every driver can scale output accurately.