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UI scaling in do V

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UI scaling in do V

PostThu Dec 12, 2019 5:48 am

Hello,

currently I use HW4 on a Surface Book 2, which has a display resolution of 3240x2160. In HW4, the organs itself are get scaled, but the floating panels and the UI of Hauptwerk itself (including all the settings windows ans such) do not get scaled. So, whenever I have to change settings or do other things it kinda hurts my eyes.

Can anyone who uses V with a similar high-resolution display tell if the UI now gets scalled or if it still has its fixed pixel size?

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Rico
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Re: UI scaling in do V

PostThu Dec 12, 2019 7:58 am

Hello Rico,

[Topic moved here.]

Thanks for the interest in v5. On high-DPI displays, v5 does indeed have automatic scaling of the entire Hauptwerk user interface (as a whole, and at the pixel level), by a factor of 1.5x on Windows, and 1.5x or 2x on 'Retina' Macs. Hope that helps.
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Re: UI scaling in do V

PostThu Dec 12, 2019 8:10 am

Hello Martin,

thank you for your answer!

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Re: UI scaling in do V

PostThu Dec 12, 2019 9:17 am

Thanks, Rico.

You're very welcome.
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