Harmony should have a way to change the scale of the UI…
I’m using a Cintiq Pro 16, which is a 15.5 inch 4k pen tablet, and the icons of the interface are too small. I’ve looked for a solution and the only one people seem to suggest is that I should change the Windows scale and layout to display at 200% in the display settings. This does help with the icons but it’s as if Harmony behaves as though my monitor is 1080p.
This has a negative effect on the way art, especially line-art, is displayed in the program.
I wholeheartedly agree, I have a Cintiq 24 Pro and the UI looks like something from 2000. My startup s looking into animation software, and we’re thinking about passing up ToonBoom solely for this reason. We didn’t spend 2k+ dollars on each Cintiq only for them to be able to use 1/4th of their true resolution while working. This is a very, very important next step for ToonBoom as almost all new Cintiqs are or will be 4k in the animation industry. How it hasn’t already been implemented is beyond me.
I’ll echo the others. Any update on when this will be addressed? It’s kind of sad that an open source project has it but this premium software does not. It’s also sad that I found this while playing with a trial version to see if I should purchase: