So I've just updated to 19.1.1 and now camera raw will not fit on my screen.
If anyone can suggest an easy work around I'd be very happy to hear.
Can you post a screenshot, also please provide as much information as you can
Hi ged2016, thanks for getting back, I've installed the latest versions of Lightroom, Photoshop cc and Camera Raw, I regularly use Camera Raw for editing on my Windows 10 laptop, the latest version will not fit on my screen. I've tried playing with the UI scaling in Photoshop preferences, 100%, 200% and auto, that appears to have no effect on either Photoshop or Camera Raw.
I cannot "grab" the edges and drag the sides down enough to reduce the size sufficiently either.
A screen grab example is below. That's all I can get onto the screen. Thanks for any suggestions.
There is a second release of the latest Camera raw. It fixed it on my end!
Hi Cyberwasp, Thanks for answering.
I too have updated to the latest version, no luck here, still looking like this.
A couple of questions.
1. Does your screen meet the minimum size of 1024 x 768 display (1280x800 recommended) as specified here? :
2. Have you set any user scaling in Windows 10? ( Windows > Settings > System > Display > Scale and Layout).. The latest version of Photoshop, combined with the current version of Windows 10, will scale it's interface using those windows settings.
Thanks for getting back with those tips.
I have my laptop set to the recommended Windows 10 settings of Scale and layout at 150% and screen resolution of 1920 X 1080.
If I change the scale to say 125% it fits but every other program, outlook etc. is too small to use, if I change the screen resolution to the suggested 1280 X 800 everything is just a fuzzy blur, I think the work around will be something along the lines of me changing the Scale and Layout each time I use Photoshop and then switch back for everything else, not ideal but there you go.
Sorry to ask the obvious, but what happens when you click on the fit to screen button?
Good question, I should have mentioned that, when I do click the fit to screen button it expands out even further, cutting off about another 1/3 of the screen.
I tend to have misalignment problems after GPU driver updates. For instance, icons fall out of my Stardock Fences, and application windows can get into a muddle. Restart the computer has always fixed that.
I believe it only happens when you have multiple monitors, and possibly more so when they are different resolution, and/or orientation.
How many screens are you using? What is their resolution, and what is your UI magnification?
[EDIT] Whoops! Forget that. Just seen that you have already given that info
Yes, just the one screen, I've managed to come up with a work around temporary fix for the time being with my Windows scale options.
Thanks for the tips.
Thanks for the tip, I'm running the most up to date graphics driver.
My plan of changing my scale size option for Windows 10 from 150% to 125% each time I use Photoshop seems to be a work around, it's a pain in the rear-end and I need to swap back and forth as I go from application to application but at least it works.
Maybe it's just a temporary bug and somebody in Adobe land will send out a fix one day.
Thanks for taking the time to answer.
I've updated to the latest version of Camera Raw but no luck I'm afraid, still looking like this on screen.
I have the very same problem. 1080p and 150% has always worked but now it's looking like this-
There is no way to adjust the size of the window, it just moves around on the screen. Choosing fullscreen mode makes even less of the window visible,
Yes, my problem is exactly the same, I've tried all kinds of settings etc, nothing seems to work.
Although if you open up Adobe Bridge then change the UI scaling in Bridge, then open up the image in Camera raw it seems to work but what a long way around.
It's very annoying, things were working perfectly before the update.
I am having the same problem but it's now 2022. did you get an answer to the problem. Bear in mind I am not very computer savy. thanks Lynn
I had the exact same problem when opening a raw image from Bridge. I would doule click the image and then camera raw would open completely out of resolution with half of the options and sliders not visible.
However if I simply right clicked the image and choose 'open in camera raw...' everything opens ups correctly
Hope this is of help!
Thank you, Andrew, this is a great help and has resolved the problem for me.