After installing Photoshop 24.4.1 the Adjustment layer Icons in my system are almost microscopic. I use a 4K monitor. Is that still unusual? I wouldn't think so. The menu bar and options are still tiny if not smaller than usual. I have tried everything available to make this text more readable to no end. Are most people still using 1920 x 1080 display settings? I am beginning to see this tiny type in other applications aas well. It seems to be getting as ubiquitos as blasphemies in the cinema. What is going on here?
What are you doing to increase size of text and icons? It is managed through Windows Scale & layout settings.
He's definitely right Bojan. The icons are significantly smaller. I run my UI at 100% and they are verging on being dificult to read. I'm guessing it is to make room for the Adjustment presets which I don't remember seeing before.
There is an option to view as a list now, but that takes a ton of screen space. That might be the way to go with a 4K screen though.
There's also no option to make a custom group. Least ways I can't drag presets or create a new group. Saving a new preset from the Properties panel does not cause it to show in the Adjustment presets panel. I'd say it was a work in progress, and I am not sure I like it. I don't think I have ever used or saved an adjustment preset and if the cost of having the UI option below is the tiny adjustment layer icons, then I'd prefer an option to turn them off and have the big icons back.
The presets thing may be handy but it needs to go somewhere else. And, why turn Photoshop into Lightroom?