Low quality in viewpoint after...

User 2719365 Photo

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After importing a site made in RLMP the viewpoint looks as if I have changed to a low budget graphic card (see enclosed images). Checked and all my setting are the same. Installed version was 1.0-638.

The computer should not be the problem (desktop, Intel Core i5-4460, 3.20GHz, 4 cores, 16B RAM, 120GB(SSD)/2TB, Windows 8.1/6.3.9600).

Any clues?

Regards Nils
User 2484360 Photo

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Hey Nils,

Are you using more than one monitor or do you have a 4K monitor?
User 2719365 Photo

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Hi again,

No, just using one monitor and not 4K.

After export the browser shows the page in good quality as in RLM and after I have published my pages in the browser.

It does not matter if I import a page och make a new one in RSD, see enclosed images

Rgds Nils

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Thanks for letting us know. We are looking into it.
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User 187934 Photo

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This looks similar to what I was seeing with my text elements.
I can't hear what I'm looking at.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

This is a site I built for my work.(RSD)
This is a site I built for use in my job.(HTML Editor)
This is my personal site used for testing and as an easy way to share photos.(RLM imported to RSD)
User 515127 Photo

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FWIW - I'm seeing a similar thing where fonts look pixelated in RSD compared to how they appear in a browser preview. This display quality disparity is obvious when I use Arial Black 16 px. I have been thinking that it is the Windows font-smoothing not working within the display window of RSD.
User 418470 Photo

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I'm having a similar problem with a different software program (not CC) & the problem is that this software converts the dpi down to 72 or 96 without changing the overall size. Same effect. Don't know if it might be the cause here, just thought I'd put it out there?
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User 2659880 Photo

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I'm having the same issue as gllincoln.

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