Will UI scaling support multiple displays with different resolutions?
It does support per-monitor scaling.
Don't see a link to PS CSUI... there's only one for AI
Sorry... found it...
Hi, I'm from the UK. I teach digital art to students. I have a visual condition, 'Keratoconus'. This in effect means that I rely on medically prescribed contact lenses and daylight for adequate visual acuity. I use a 40" 4k TV for my monitor with Windows 10 desktop scaling set to about 125%. Web pages are custom scaled to suit my visual requirements.
I've been using the CC 2018 beta and still find the scaling options for fonts (Tiny, Small, Medium, Large) and UI (Auto, 100%, 200%) still limited. I'd like to see a Fonts slider 100% > 200%, and even the option to change the default font, for something that I might find easier to read.
I'd also like to see the same kind of slider for UI components, eg Icons.
I look forward to seeing where this leads. I also use Visual Studio 2017, which offers a wealth of UI and font scaling options.
Gooday all you experts at the pit!!
No hostility here... I am just saying, after using adobe products for over 15 years, something is wrong! You should all have
enough sense to maintain products you already have... not start what can be cosidered more problems.
The users are not getting answers. just runaround.
It's a shame my output has dwindled so much in the last 8 years and $1500 + gone from the investment...
We know why.
The only PS barely working right here is CC2015 ...
Interesting. I use various Adobe CC apps, including Photoshop, on a regular basis, and I'm experiencing no problems at all.
My guess is that you're either exaggerating, or running outdated hardware and OS.
Keratoconus is the pits! I have that too. Sliders would be nice, but that would be a topic for the PR forums.