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Lightroom Classic Window Scaling Issue

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Oct 26, 2020

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Hi all, 

 

I have read a few threads about this specific problem and have found success with none of them. 

 

I have recently started to create presets to help speed up my workflow and noticed that whenever I go to create a preset, the "New Develop Preset" window is too large meaning that I cannot click to save the preset at the bottom of the window - please see below image as an example.

 

Lightroom Bug.jpg

 

So far my workaround has been to set the task bar to the right-hand side to save the preset then reposition it to the bottom again where I like it. 

 

I have tried all the "tricks" in the compatibility tab for the Lightroom Classic application file and have found none of them to work. 

 

I am currently using Lightroom on a Dell XPS 13 and my resolution settings are 3200x1800 and scaling is 250%, both of these settings are what Windows 10 recommends.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated. 

 

Thank you,

 

Antonio

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Lightroom Classic Window Scaling Issue

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Hi all, 

 

I have read a few threads about this specific problem and have found success with none of them. 

 

I have recently started to create presets to help speed up my workflow and noticed that whenever I go to create a preset, the "New Develop Preset" window is too large meaning that I cannot click to save the preset at the bottom of the window - please see below image as an example.

 

Lightroom Bug.jpg

 

So far my workaround has been to set the task bar to the right-hand side to save the preset then reposition it to the bottom again where I like it. 

 

I have tried all the "tricks" in the compatibility tab for the Lightroom Classic application file and have found none of them to work. 

 

I am currently using Lightroom on a Dell XPS 13 and my resolution settings are 3200x1800 and scaling is 250%, both of these settings are what Windows 10 recommends.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated. 

 

Thank you,

 

Antonio

Adobe Community Professional
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Have you tried reducing the font size in Preferences > Interface?

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Hi Per,

 

This has worked! I have not seen this suggestion anywhere else. 

 

Thank you so much for your quick response. 

 

Cheers,

 

Antonio

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