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    Hello All,

    Thank you for your patience all this while.

    This feature is now available in our prerelease builds for you to test and share feedback with us.

    To download and install a prerelease build from the Creative Cloud desktop app, go to Apps > Categories > Prerelease.

    If you are unable to see the Prerelease tab or the InDesign and InCopy builds, do the following:

    1. Go to adobeprerelease.com and login with your Adobe ID, go to the InDesign Prerelease program and accept the Prerelease Agreement, if shown.

    2. In the Creative Cloud Application, go to Help > Check for app updates.

    3. Logout of the Creative Cloud Application and login again.

    Please download the latest Release notes from the download section of the prerelease portal for more details.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I got a new laptop with a HD 4k screen and its already scaled to 250% but the user interface is still too small. Even if increasing my OS scaling to 300%+ fixed it (which it doesn't), it would still be infuriating to have everything on my computer scaled that high all the time, or have to adjust it every time I wanted to use the program. I am a graphic design student and I am required to use Indesign for presenting and turning in every project/assignment I do. It worked great on my older laptop with standard resolution, but now it is really frustrating to try to do anything with the program.

    I just don't understand why a professional-grade product doesn't account for high-resolution screens, or even include a simple in-program UI scaling slider or option.

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