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PostPosted: 21 Jun 2018, 20:39 
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I've dug everywhere and can find no one else complaining about this so I feel like my inexperience is the problem. This is my first attempt at triple-monitoring in any format and so far everything is going swimmingly. My setup:
3 16x9 20" monitors
Using Flawless Widescreen

All is perfect with 2 exceptions. I'm hoping someone can advise me.
1. Rectinlinear problem:
I've had to reduce my FOV down to 60 just to keep away the barfing induced from my reverse-fisheye problem. But that seriously cuts down my vision and I'd like to be able to have it up at 90 or so like it seems all the other ultra-wide users are doing. See screenshots.
2. Notes and Books
For the life of me I cannot find a way to increase the size of the notes and books when inspecting them. My current ini settings:
fNoteDistance: 50
fBookDistance: 110

Is a higher or lower number going to make them appear larger (thus readable) on screen? Screenshot attached.


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PostPosted: 21 Jun 2018, 21:42 
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As an added challenge I am unable to increase the size of the workshop menu icons. Anyone know how to do that?


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