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CS-80 interface
« on: July 10, 2012, 10:57:22 am »
The question is simple but very necessary (I think):
When you update the CS-80 interface to a greater size and resolution?
This is a topic that is asking a lot and it really sings.
All interfaces which are today have scaled size or a fixed size very acceptable ... including yours. Instead, the CS-80 looks small, uncomfortable and with a rather poor resolution for the times.
I think it's needed facelift.
Thank you very much and keep it up. You are great. ;)
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Re: CS-80 interface
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2012, 01:37:44 pm »
Although I am quite used to it now, that was exactly my reaction too, when I first got CS-80V (I even messed around with a screenshot of it, and decided that a global increase of about 10% would suit me just fine :) )
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Re: CS-80 interface
« Reply #2 on: August 24, 2013, 01:09:54 pm »
Want to reinvigorate this point, as having just got the V Collection (for others mainly) have found this to be almost unusable on my 24" 1920x1200 screen - the labels and controls are simply too small. It would be really useful if you provided the option (at least on CS80, ARP2600 and Modular; maybe some others like Jupiter) with the ability to "magnify" the size, even if only in fixed intervals of, for example 100%, 110%, 125%, 150% and 200%.

I would hope your plugins use some shared libraries for the GUI side of things, so this should be something you could implement at that level.

This is becoming even more important as we move towards both even higher resolutions screens and also the support for touch at 1028p and above, where these sizes are simply unusable.


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