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Author Topic: screen size (iMac user, if it matters)  (Read 953 times)

Just Diggy

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screen size (iMac user, if it matters)
« on: January 13, 2012, 10:02:37 pm »
I have enough trouble reading the CS and Modular MoogV, but the ARP screen image is just confoundedly small. It is smaller than than 1/4 of my screen, and changing screen resolution does not change its size.

I cannot read the virtual silk screened labels.

I know where they're supposed to be, but it's been 30 years since I sold my three blue-faced 2600's (like a lot of other eegits).

Anyone know how I can make the image larger? Or is it defined by my pixel ratio, which is very tight.

But the sound is THE BOMB (if anyone says that anymore-- I'm old enough to have owned three ARP 2600's).

(Mac OS 10 Lion)

Prosperus

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Re: screen size (iMac user, if it matters)
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2012, 04:14:52 pm »
Hey,

I would have to take a look what might cause this when I am back home, but I have an Imac with Lion Osx and this problem is not familiar with me. I would say it has something to do with the visual settings of your Imac.

pvaudo

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Re: screen size (iMac user, if it matters)
« Reply #2 on: December 25, 2012, 02:46:21 pm »
I'm a new user and having a similar issue.

On my large 2560x1600 lcd screen (Win7), the 2600v window is smallish and fixed in size.
I would love to be able to enlarge it and increase readability.

Will post if I find the answer.
MIDI hobbyist.  Sonar X2, Roland MGS-64, MT-32, FA-66, M-Audio 88ES.
Learned to program a Synthi MKS in high school.

lyford

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Re: screen size (iMac user, if it matters)
« Reply #3 on: December 28, 2012, 02:36:12 am »
I have this issue as well, but I just use the Mac OS "control-scroll" to zoom. You can also set a keyboard command in Universal Access preferences when I need to edit patches.  It's pretty seamless in the workflow once you get used to it.

And yes, a lot of folks have mentioned the itsy bitsy UI elements, I hope Arturia are thinking about this as monitors are only getting bigger. (Logic also has some really tiny menu text so others are guilty of this too...)

 

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