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    Question ArtRage 5 interface scaling ETA?


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    Not in ArtRage 5; it's something we'll look into but don't have any timeline on right now. The UI is now linked to the resolution of your operating system and monitor instead of running separately inside ArtRage, so it is more a matter of rewriting the way ArtRage displays menus than just adding a feature.

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    b...b..but my hopes for a bigger color picker in this version

    :( :( :'(

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    By the way, it is possible to disable DPI scaling for individual programs, which will allow you to use ArtRage at the 'true' resolution without magnification.

    See this FAQ: https://www.artrage.com/faqs/fix-blu...ce-windows-10/

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    Woah!, this works very nicely!, I dont have to keep flipping back and forth with the resolution now, thanks Hannah

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    Quote Originally Posted by HannahRage View Post
    Not in ArtRage 5
    Please reconsider. I bought ArtRage 5 but I'm "stuck" using ArtRage 4 because 5's interface is too tiny on my 4K display.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stylus_Jack View Post
    Please reconsider. I bought ArtRage 5 but I'm "stuck" using ArtRage 4 because 5's interface is too tiny on my 4K display.
    Did you see https://www.artrage.com/faqs/fix-blu...ce-windows-10/ ? It should make a big difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HannahRage View Post
    Did you see https://www.artrage.com/faqs/fix-blu...ce-windows-10/ ? It should make a big difference.
    Yes, my choices are either a tiny interface (Application scaling) or a blurry inaccurate canvas (System / System enhanced scaling). Both are bad choices.

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