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I'm using the latest version of Muse on a fully-updated Windows 10 computer.
I tried creating a website, but the size of the pixels seems to be off. Pixels are something like 1.5 times the size they are supposed to be, so a 1920-width page shows up as stretching far wider than my 1920-width monitor. It does this both inside the program and during html exports/live previews.
I have tried opening Muse sites others created and creating other new sites, and they all have this same issue.
I created a website on a different computer (Mac), and I don't recall having any issues like this. Here's the other site: http://www.enengame.com
Is there some setting that I need to change?
What is the screen resolution and pixel density of your display?
Also what zoom level are you using in Windows? The recommended zoom level is Normal or 100%.
My monitor's resolution is 1920x1080, and my computer is set at 1920x1080, without any sort of zooming.
the other site is fixed... is this new one set as fluid perhaps?
I tried both sites as fixed and fluid.
No matter what settings I use, they both appear too large.
Did you perhaps unintentionally click the „expand“ double arrow icon at the left/right of the breakpoint bar?
And: Your site has (a) a responsive layout and additionally (b) extra adaptive phone/tablet layouts. One of these two options isn’t necessary and may lead to display errors.