Could you add an option for 150%. I have a 27" HD Display running 2560x1440. I am already running my display at 125% which is effective for all other Windows Applications that I use. But it has no effect for Adobe Elements, Lightroom or Photoshop CC. The option for 200% in PS CC makes everything too big again, but I think 150% should do the trick. Could you add this option in LR and Elements also? Thanks.
The 100% is way too small on the MS Surface. But 200% is so big that I can't see parts of the UI because they go off the edge of screen. Has no one on the PS team actually opened PS on the MS Surface? Ai and ID open at a good UI size without any issues at all, why doesn't PS have to be tiny or huge instead of just good?
Please add a 150% scaling option for the UI in Photoshop CC! On my Surface Pro 2, I find that at 200% I lose a lot of screen real estate, but at 100% all of the buttons are too small to reliably interact with in a touch environment. I have a feeling something in between would be perfect.
the UI scaling is not fix in size. 100% become too small. 200% become too big. Auto just same as 200%. is really not comfortable for me. can it fix same like illustrator? all is fit in size.
or is it got any other solution to fix the display resolution?
Photoshop CC 2015 -- The UI on a laptop running at 1920 x 1080, Windows 10, HP Spectre x360, is either too large or too small, making it really impossible to use. 100% setting is too small, 200% setting is too large. When will you fix this, Adobe.
are there any plans for the next updates to support Hi-DPI settings of 125% and 150% for Photoshop CC? At the moment you can only choose between 100% (too small on UHD display) and 200% (much too big on UHD displays, it just downgrades a UHD display to a small FullHD display). A setting of 125% and/or 150% would be perfect.
I'd like an additional option, or range of options, for the UI scaling in Photoshop CC2015. Photoshop currently allows 100% for standard 1920x1080px monitors or 200% for hi-res monitors at 3840x2160px. I'd like to set my 1920px monitor to say 125% to get larger icons and screen text in order to make using PS more acceptable visually. My forum question has more detail here https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2020181
scaling 100% i cant hardly read
scaling 200% the letters are too big
It seems from the answers provided here by Adobe staff, they feel that because their code is cross-platform, we should put up with its shortcomings. I paid for a Windows license and the program doesn't work correctly in that environment.
I just upgraded to PSE 14 to resolve the scaling issues and see that the 'solution' is useless; too small at 100% and too big at 200%. Not only is the scaling off, but the window borders can't be moved, exacerbating the problem (the 'panel bin' on the right side occupies too much space, and the border cannot be dragged to make it use less space). I literally have to use a magnifying glass to use the menus!
I think we have some pretty arrogant product managers / gui designers at Adobe. I'm constantly amazed at how counter-intuitive the menu/command bar structure is in Adobe Acrobat, for example (like how do you get menus back if you accidentally lose them - I've spent hours hitting keys, right clicking, etc ... and I STILL can't remember what weird key combo did it!).
If the issue is maintaining a cross-platform code base, then break the code base into two. Code-purity is another sign of arrogance in the developer realm (been there, done that).
I will always choose a non-Adobe product when I can, because of these reasons. Unfortunately, I've invested years of my life learning PS techniques and thus still spend money on this one product.
The Photoshop team has been listening to your many requests for better scaling options on Windows, and we’re happy to announce that we are ready for beta testing on this feature. Because of the large scale changes involved in this feature, we want to make sure people have the opportunity to test it out before it’s released.
All Windows customers are welcome to join and test, but please note that you will need to have Windows 10 Creators Edition installed in order to use the new continuously scalable user interface and per-monitor scaling. Windows 7, 8 and prior versions of Windows 10 will only support 100% and 200% - as the continuously scalable user interface requires APIs only available in Creators Edition.