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Thanks, Gail. 

Oddly, even at the college, with older, lower res PC monitors, the selections are harder to see. I wonder if Adobe has purposely made this happen?

Did you know that if you hold down the Option key and click on SCALE, it shows you the actual screen resolutions you can pick from?

Best, K.

On Sep 28, 2018, at 9:05 AM, Gail Guth <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Hi, Karen,
I can't leave the default setting on my retina display, everything is too tiny for my old(ish) eyes. I move the slider one step to the left on the Displays setting in system preferences., maybe that will help?

-Gail


On 9/27/18 8:05 PM, Karen Ackoff wrote:
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I just recently upgraded my 10 year old iMac to a new Retina display iMac. I notice, in Photoshop in particular, that the selection borders (marching ants) are hard to see… they are so fine. I looked at interface settings but see no adjustments to be made. Has anyone else noticed this?

Karen

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