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adjust user interface scaling?

i3ci3c Members, Plex Pass Posts: 11 Plex Pass

Hi,
I'm running 3.5.0 Media Player on a Surface Book (Windows 10) and all the screen elements are tiny (especially text). Is the a way to scale them up? I don't want to adjust the Windows display scale because that would make Window's other elements overly large.
thanks

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  • DaveBinMDaveBinM Members, Plex Pass, Plex Ninja Posts: 1,138 Plex Ninja

    PMP is only at version 1.3.0, is there any chance you downloaded the Windows Store App?

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  • i3ci3c Members, Plex Pass Posts: 11 Plex Pass

    it just updated itself to 3.6. are we talking about different things?

  • OttoKernerOttoKerner Members, Plex Pass, Plex Ninja Posts: 23,418 Plex Ninja

    go to the main page of the app and put it into fullscreen mode with this button

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  • i3ci3c Members, Plex Pass Posts: 11 Plex Pass

    Ah, yes. That gives a completely different interface. That will work. Thanks!

  • OttoKernerOttoKerner Members, Plex Pass, Plex Ninja Posts: 23,418 Plex Ninja

    Or use the plex app from the Windows app store. it is optimized for touch screens.

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