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Laptop Text Scaling


Ian Cowan 1364926
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What is the screen resolution of the laptop?

 

And are you using the zoom setting in Windows' display settings at all? (I'm referring to the setting labeled "Change the size of text, apps, and other items", in Windows 10.)

The resolution is 3200 x 1800 and I am almost positive when I checked the scaling was set to 200% and when I changed it to 100% everything got smaller. I can check this again and include screenshots as well.

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My small Lenovo Yoga laptop has that same resolution. High resolution doesn't necessarily mean a big screen ... it can mean a small screen with very high pixel density.

 

I have the scaling set to 250% (the default setting) and VRC looks fine that way.

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My small Lenovo Yoga laptop has that same resolution. High resolution doesn't necessarily mean a big screen ... it can mean a small screen with very high pixel density.

 

I have the scaling set to 250% (the default setting) and VRC looks fine that way.

My laptop is a Lenovo Yoga. I played around with the scaling and nothing seemed to work. I will play around with them some more soon. Have you changed any other settings?

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No, in fact I didn't change ANY settings. My Yoga was configured out of the box with 250% scaling. Did you reboot after changing the scaling?

Interesting because that's how mine was and it didn't work. I will try resetting the scaling and rebooting and if that doesn't work I will reinstall VRC.

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