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Trouble seeing anchor points and handles on high definition display

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Jun 21, 2020

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I am using Premeier Elements 2020 on a laptop with 3840x2160 display and would be very grateful for some advice.

 

When I want to move handles or anchor points I have great difficulty in seeing them as they are displayed so finely, particularly if the image or clip has a dark background, even when the image is displayed at maximum size.

 

Is there anything I can do to change their thickness or colour? Or some other way of dealing with this problem?

 

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Jim

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Trouble seeing anchor points and handles on high definition display

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I am using Premeier Elements 2020 on a laptop with 3840x2160 display and would be very grateful for some advice.

 

When I want to move handles or anchor points I have great difficulty in seeing them as they are displayed so finely, particularly if the image or clip has a dark background, even when the image is displayed at maximum size.

 

Is there anything I can do to change their thickness or colour? Or some other way of dealing with this problem?

 

Cheers

Jim

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I know of no way to change any settings within Premiere Elements to improve the visibility of anchor points or handles. 

 

Can you try the Windows Magnifier?  Press the Windows logo key and the plus button at the same time.  You can change magnification.   It is a little clunky but works surprisingly well! 

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