I'm running Photoshop CS6 on Windows 10 with resolution at 3840x2160 and scale and layout at 250%. At first I was having an issue with all the menus being super tiny, so I looked for a solution and found that going into Photoshop compatibility properties and checking "Override high DPI scaling behavior" worked. But now my brush painting area doesn't correspond to the cursor size anymore and it's really annoying ..... As in the area painted is actually bigger than the cursor size. Does anyone know how to fix it without having to go back to everything being super tiny?
None of those suggestions work :\ ... The reply by paulchrisjonesy kind of works:
"This worked for me: I right clicked the Photoshop shortcut in C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs, clicked Properties, clicked Compatibility, and then ticked Override high DPI scaling behavior. Then for 'Scaling performed by', I chose 'Application'. Click 'OK' and then reopen Photoshop."
but that makes all the menus super tiny again ...
So I can either not be able to see anything, or have brushes that don't match in size to cursor