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Old 08-10-2019, 10:11 AM
Quills Quills is offline
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Default Re: Window content too small

I have a similar problem, but just with plugins.. This is Arturia Analog Lab 4. It normally is "zoomed-in" more and the text is more legible. I must have hit the wrong key at some point and now its small and hard to read. Any ideas?
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Old 10-02-2019, 07:38 PM
Andrew B Andrew B is offline
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Default Re: Window content too small

...and this just happened to me too!
Running the latest version of Win10 and Pro Tools.
Everything looked just fine earlier today, then about 2 minutes ago - poof!
Only half the menu bar is showing and everything is rather tiny.
Running on a 5K monitor.

Andrew
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