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Thread: Tiny menus and fonts in Windows 10

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    Tiny menus and fonts in Windows 10

    Hello
    I just purchase the Windows version of the music converter and PerfectTunes. I have a surface book with Windows 10. Although the programs are working the fonts and menus are almost unreadable; I would say 1/3 of a font 9. Is there a way to fix this?. Thanks

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    Re: Tiny menus and fonts in Windows 10

    Even for PerfectTUNES? this program is large DPI aware.

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    Re: Tiny menus and fonts in Windows 10

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Even for PerfectTUNES? this program is large DPI aware.
    Especially for PerfectTunes. It's almost impossible to read, for instance, the menu which is on the right of "fix". Thx for answering

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    Re: Tiny menus and fonts in Windows 10

    Please post a screenshot. What is the DPI (scaling) set to on your Windows?

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    Re: Tiny menus and fonts in Windows 10

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Please post a screenshot. What is the DPI (scaling) set to on your Windows?
    prtscr.jpg


    Attached is the printscreen.

    The scaling is now 200%

    REgards

    Ricardo

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    Re: Tiny menus and fonts in Windows 10

    Ah that menu, yes it has only just been updated for R16 (which is in testing) the next update to perfecttunes will update this also. For now try dBpoweramp R16 in the testing section of this forum.

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    Re: Tiny menus and fonts in Windows 10

    I don't know why, but my answer did not show up. I installed the beta version and anyway all the menus are microscopic. I don't know if this is related or not with the definition of the surface book's screen, but it's still there.
    Besides, there is another issue that I wanted to share with you. Some of my music files appear under a code name instead of their artist or album name, which only shows up once you open the folder. I am attaching an . Is there a way of solving this? Many thx again, Ricardo

    codes.jpg

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    Re: Tiny menus and fonts in Windows 10

    What ever created those files, it wrote the filenames and folder names as you see.

    We will have to test scaling at 200%, if you set to 150% it will be correct.

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    Re: Tiny menus and fonts in Windows 10

    It worked at 150 b ut as you said only with DBPoweramp, thx.
    Regarding the use on file names, I think it was Roon the program that change the order of "presentation" of the different folder tags. These codes are always present when I rip a CD, the point ids they never "name" de folder as in this case. Are any of your programs able to change this order, thus allowing to use album or artist as the name of the folder?

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    Re: Tiny menus and fonts in Windows 10

    See Arrange Audio, test on single folder at the time:

    https://www.dbpoweramp.com/codec-central-utility.htm

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