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Hi everybody,

Is there a setting to adjust the size of the UI overall so that everything is a little bigger?

Thanks!

Donny

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by darrenporter1 on Mon Feb 10, 2020 9:00 pm
It's a function of Windows. In your display settings.

You'll know you're an old rock-n-roller when the only spandex in your pants is in the elastic waistband. :D


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by ansolas on Fri Feb 14, 2020 3:59 am
darrenporter1 wroteIt's a function of Windows. In your display settings.

Any scaling factor beside 200% introduce graphic glitches when moving items here. 200% is to big so thats not an option.
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by darrenporter1 on Fri Feb 14, 2020 12:17 pm
ansolas wrote
darrenporter1 wroteIt's a function of Windows. In your display settings.

Any scaling factor beside 200% introduce graphic glitches when moving items here. 200% is to big so thats not an option.


yes, it comes at a compromise. I find that on my 40" 4k screen, 125% only introduces some minor "color shift" when looking at white/lighter fonts on dark backgrounds. I don't do any photo-editing or critical video production work so I'm perfectly OK with the compromise. But of course, your mileage may vary, etc.

With 200% on a 4k screen you might as well just have a same-sized 1080 HD display... it's exactly the same.

You'll know you're an old rock-n-roller when the only spandex in your pants is in the elastic waistband. :D


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