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I'm running CR on a 1280x1024 monitor, and when I read my comics, the text is fuzzy, sort of out-of-focus looking, when I have the page display set to "Fit to Screen". Anyway, I can't find anything about this problem, and was wondering if any of you geniuses know anything.

Thanks in advance.
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Fit to Screen means it's resizing. It's probably using a blurry resizer. See if you can change it somewhere in the settings?

Or just keep it at original size and move along the page with your mouse. I prefer doing that myself.
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Fit to Screen means it's resizing. It's probably using a blurry resizer. See if you can change it somewhere in the settings?

Or just keep it at original size and move along the page with your mouse. I prefer doing that myself.
Well, that's what I'm doing now, but I would much rather read it fit to screen with clear text.
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Then go ahead and check the other part of my post.
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Which setting would I change though? By saying "somewhere in the settings" I really have no idea what you might have in mind.
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Okay, now I know what I'm looking for. In comical, you can change the image filtering, which solved my problems. Now though, I can't find this option in ComicRack. Anyone know where it is?
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