AbaloneLLC opened this issue on Jan 26, 2020 · 31 posts
I hate when I accidentally delete messages! LOL To repeat ... The example you show above won't work correctly for UHD monitors. In the example you show above, the monitor is 1920 x 1080, which is why that resolution is recommended. At the recommended resolution, UI scale SHOULD be set to 100%. Using my own case as an example, my video card supports 3820x2160 resolution (or, exactly twice that 1920 x 1080 in width and height), and I have dual monitors. I do a lot of texturing and such and UHD is a boon for that. But, after installing Poser, I go into the application and I see tiny tiny tiny icons, much like what people are reporting for Head Shop. The solution is NOT to change the resolution in Windows, like you show above. Instead, I go into Poser's preferences, and set the UI scale to 2 (or 200%). After restarting, Poser's UI is readable on my UHD monitor, but the scene in the document window is double the size of what I see in 1920 x 1080 resolution.. Changing the resolution in Windows is not an option when most of the applications you have support high resolution monitors and UHD support is a vital part of your workflow. Having to run all my applications at 1920x1080 defeats the purpose of the high resolution monitors. Respectfully, I think the better approach would be for Face Shop to provide a setting, much like Poser does, which allows you to control the UI settings within Face Shop itself.