H1: HEM scaling is horrible wrong (WIN 8.1, laptop 13,3" screen)
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  1. #1
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    Default H1: HEM scaling is horrible wrong (WIN 8.1, laptop 13,3" screen)

    I managed to install HEM to my laptop, but now I'm experiencing new problems. I am not sure if it's a windows 8 problem or HEM problem. I would appreciate help.

    The scaling is wrong I think. Here's how my HEM looks atm. Reports and import

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    Anything I can do?

    EDIT: Oh yeah, I downgraded to 1.13.02 since i thought that would solve the zoom problem. The hands are lagging. Would like to get help to this too.

    Also I might have posted this in the wrong subforum. Please feel free to move this to the appropriate subforum

    Last edited by LoveisHell; 02-28-2014 at 04:56 PM.

  2. #2
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    I changed the DPI settings from 150% to 100%. THis was the tutorial I used. I found it from old threads

    DPI Scaling Size - Change for Displays in Windows 8.1

    However I would like help for the HUD in Zoom, since it's lagging. Hands aren't updating in real time.

  3. #3
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    Nevermind. fixed the hud problem by running ps as an admin.

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    Thank you for letting us know how you solved your problems.

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