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Old 07-17-2017, 09:11 AM   #3
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Wild ass guess? Hell no, we both know you've been hacking into my computers for years.

I'm not sure that a 19xx by whatever UXGA screen counts as high res anymore when common videocams are shooting at 4K resolution, but yes, I am aware that if the numbnuts at Adobe hardcoded their menu text by pixels, it would make everything terribly tiny on high res screens.

Of course, Adobe would (cough, cough) be aware of that, since they are in the uhm, graphics business?

The question is whether they allow for any control over it. Or if they just skipped the Windows command controls interface (which compensates for things like that) and did something dumb like a Windows 3.x program hard-coding fonts in pixels.

My friend Polyanna says I shouldn't be so quick to judge, it just could be user error.

And if that's my reality check you're bringing, I'll have you know the service charge is way out of line, I won't pay a penny more than 22%.
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