Is there a 1080p UI for Max 2010?

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  06 June 2013
Question Is there a 1080p UI for Max 2010?

So I am running Max 2010 32-bit on Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. I have a 32" LCD TV as my monitor and I sit about 6-8 feet back from it. I have everything working fine, found the lighter UI and switched to that. But I still have tiny text and small icons. Is there any way to increase the size of the toolbars, icons, fonts, and so forth? Something like a 1080p UI?

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  06 June 2013
I actually run my Windows 7 at the 150% mode. Everyone at work laughs at me and says I'm an old man though :(

It doesn't work for all things, but it works for many. For some things, the windows are larger but the actual text doesn't change size. Here's a screenshot:

As you can see, it's hardly... cohesive, but it works in some areas.

  06 June 2013

Hey thanks for the reply.

I have those settings set the same way, and I also figured out how to increase the various font sizes in Windows 7. In addition I learned how to increase the overall toolbar, icon and font size in Max. This video I did may help you:

Now if only I could find that magic setting for Max and Windows 7...
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  06 June 2013
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