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Since 2.5.4.26825 was in open beta (And now Stable) I noticed that the scale UI option does not make any difference to the text size of the UI while in game.

 

Has this been reported? This issue makes it difficult to read anything when you have a high resolution display.

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Same problem here.

Scale GUI in both open beta and release versions does not work after last update.

I'm using a 3440 x 1440 monitor and text is now just about unreadable.

 

No such problems here....

Mainboard: ASUS Maximus X Hero Intel Z 370

CPU: Intel Core i7-8086K @ 4.0 GHz

Memory: 32GB Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4-3000

Graphics Card: ASUS NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 10GB

Monitor ASUS PA 329 32" @ 4K

1 SSD Samsung 860 PRO 256 GB

1 SSD Samsung 860 PRO 4 TB

Windows 10 - 64 V. 2004

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This switch never did anything for me, no matter how hard I wished for. Even at 1920 the fonts and the "cockpit click" cursors are way too small. This thing should just be completely thrown out and be replaced by a scale slider with a range from 100% to like 400% to have a custom option here.

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This switch never did anything for me, no matter how hard I wished for. Even at 1920 the fonts and the "cockpit click" cursors are way too small. This thing should just be completely thrown out and be replaced by a scale slider with a range from 100% to like 400% to have a custom option here.

 

It worked in the past for me, for the longest time, then stopped.

 

It's definitely hard to read and I have to strain my eyes to read the tiny text even on a 1440. Sad that this small, but important, quality of life fix doesn't seem to get any love.

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