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Old 01-10-2018, 01:48 PM
EddieStrange EddieStrange is offline
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Default LG 50" HDMI TV Monitor P/T 12.8.3

My P/T MIX and Track windows inside the main window are small I adjusted the TV to fit screen ...that worked for the opening window Once I open a session I cant read my top tool bar and the windows are super fat but the tracks are small I clicked the tracks size control and made them large but somethings not rite

Lenova Desktop
Processor ADM A10-7800 R7,12 Compute Cores 4C +8G 3.5 GHz
64-Bit O/S, x64- based processer
windows 10 up to date 1/10/2018

HDMI out of P/C into LG 49" Class 4K smart LED TV

Last edited by EddieStrange; 01-10-2018 at 10:19 PM. Reason: not enough info
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