No. This stuff is fixed and AE CS6 doesn't support any high-DPI displays. You have to live with it.
A bit off topic but is there a similar features requested page for Premiere?
>See the "resizable user interface text" entry here:
Thanks Todd for answer my question. Also I saw the article of link.
I'm waiting for resize UI to become to able to.
This feature has been added to the new 13.1 release, as I can read on this page, correct?
I am working on a 21'' 1920x1080 monitor on windows 7, and the text has become much, much too big to my liking - it is taking so much space it is detrimental to my working environment.
I've looked for options to change that but cannot find any in the preferences. Can I do something to solve this?
At the moment the text is so big I cannot even see the timeline, as per my usual layout settings - see attached screenshot.
There is no feature for controlling the font size in After Effects.
The page that you link to just says that many of the UI controls scale automatically to the right size for high-DPI displays.
Thank you for your answer.
But that is exactly my problem, the size is not right size for this high DPI display. On a bigger monitor such as size would work, but not on my relatively small 21'' monitor.
Is there any way for me to backtrack to a smaller size?
Ah i got it, just had to scale the DPI font size in Windows.
@i am having same trouble...just adjusted font size of text and problem got fixed.
So what is the best adjustment in terms of UI text size in a UHD 32 inch dell monitor? What I understant is:
a. very small text size (cant work)
b.very big windows fonts and medium AE UI text size
c. change monitor resolution (2560x1600) text mayby blurry.
Update your CPU display drivers, it works for me now for 4k monitors.
Over 4 years later and we still can't resize the UI font in After Effects.
Even though it was apparently "near top priority" in 2013:
resizable user interface text: As people use After Effects on larger and larger monitors, on which the size of each pixel is smaller and smaller, the single size for the user interface text becomes a problem. We’re looking into a variety of user interface “skin” improvements for the near future, and this one is near the top of the priority list.
Just a couple of points larger would be nice, especially when working on a laptop. (and no I don't want to scale my whole Windows interface with the dpi scaling because it just makes AE blurry).