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  • 4.5 White Balance Window Size

    Why is the WB filter window so enormous? It uses over 1/3 screen area and annoyingly obscures working area. Curiously this window is expandable but can't be downsized. A suggestion for future update: default WB window contains main controls only, keyframe option available as submenu.
    That said, it's a seriously excellent and frequently used filter!

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    4.5 White Balance Window Size - Problem´s even bigger

    The size problem with the White Balance window is even BIGGER. I just downsized the resolution on my 2x24´´TFTs - and bingo: The buttons at the bottom of the window are gone completely. So after doing my adjustments on the sliders I just press Enter - thereby activating the OK button blindly.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Peter Pan View Post
      The size problem with the White Balance window is even BIGGER. I just downsized the resolution on my 2x24´´TFTs - and bingo: The buttons at the bottom of the window are gone completely. So after doing my adjustments on the sliders I just press Enter - thereby activating the OK button blindly.
      drag the bottom right edge to make the panel bigger and see if the ok button reveals itself

      also, what is your desktop resolution?
      Anton Strauss
      Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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