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#143392 13-Apr-2014 14:20
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Hi I have a 15" screen with a 3200x1800 resolution.

I can't read a word on my photoshop/bridge/camera raw (CS5E).

Anyone knows of any ways around it apart from changing resolution or number 8 wire approaches.

Thanks




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  #1024385 13-Apr-2014 14:52
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Increase the DPI 


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  #1024387 13-Apr-2014 14:53
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Athlonite: Increase the DPI 



I was going to say that too, however at that resolution, 150% may not be enough. Is there a way to increase it by more?

 
 
 
 


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  #1024396 13-Apr-2014 15:12
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Why do you need to read the words?

edit>prefs>interface>ui text options>ui font size

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  #1024419 13-Apr-2014 16:09
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 Edit, Preferences, Interface --> UI Font Size changes *some* of the text but most of it doesn't respond to that setting. From memory, this was a major complaint about CS5. Menus and most of the UI are fixed. Making sure your video & screen drivers are up to date and playing with your system settings might help. It didn't help for me and I was only ever able to see CS5 clearly on a larger monitor. 



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  #1024439 13-Apr-2014 17:33
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Athlonite: Increase the DPI 



I'm on 200% and according to my ruler the capital letters are 1mm tall.




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  #1024440 13-Apr-2014 17:34
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timmmay: Why do you need to read the words?

edit>prefs>interface>ui text options>ui font size

From here, via here.


Yup they are on large. and you've guessed it ... capital letter are .... 1mm tall




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  #1024441 13-Apr-2014 17:36
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maybe i'm too picky about Adobe? (apparently MS are not to blame) ....

oh well ... maybe next decade it might improve




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  #1024570 13-Apr-2014 21:59
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What I cant understand is why would you buy a laptop with only an 15" screen with a res of 3200x1800 that's the sort of res you'd want on say an 27" or larger monitor anywho this might help



see where it says: Set custom text size (DPI) click that then drag the ruler to the right until text size is easily readable 





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  #1024614 13-Apr-2014 22:21
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why not?




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  #1024615 13-Apr-2014 22:23
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it's not going to work. the scaling is applied for EVERYTHING ELSE.

adobe fonts will NOT scale, so you can set it to 1000% and you get one word per screen for everything else, adobe will remain at 1mm, because it does not follow the scaling algorithm of windows.

it's not a windows problem, please, it is adobe.

hope i'm making it clear.




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  #1024617 13-Apr-2014 22:23
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it's a 15" display that's why not


Ah got ya so adobe doesn't play by the rules not nice

maybe something in here http://help.adobe.com/en_US/contribute/cs/using/WS5b3ccc516d4fbf351e63e3d1180fba3730-7e57.html can help you 




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  #1024621 13-Apr-2014 22:26
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the model i was after only comes in that screen :(
*boo




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Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro?

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  #1024636 13-Apr-2014 23:01
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here's a little gem from the forums of Adobe 

Here is a fix. No I did not come up with it, but It does work on my 3200x1800 13" display. 

1. Enable Windows to prioritise external manifests by creating and setting this registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\SideBySide\PreferExternalManifest (DWORD) to 1 
as mentioned here (no need to install the mentioned hotfix, just create the registry key) 
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/91294... 

2. Create a Illustrator.exe.manifest file in notepad, paste this text inside, save it, and copy it to the same folder as Illustrator's exe file 
http://pastebin.com/BZnKwU6a 

3. Create a Photoshop.exe.manifest file in notepad, paste this text inside, save it, and copy it to the same folder as Photoshop's exe file, you can use the same file for Dreamweaver, just paste into Dreamweaver.exe.manifest etc... 
http://pastebin.com/AiZiicT6 

4. Run the applications, no need to restart or anything else, and their interface should now have an acceptable size, but a bit blurry as usual with this kind of scaling.



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  #1024683 14-Apr-2014 08:56
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i actually came across that post, one of many hundred pages - was wondering if there was a better way, but if there isn't (and it doesn't appear to be) then that might be it if i want to read the words




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