small video window in lower left is too small

Discussion in 'Windows Media Center' started by NerdBrick, Mar 6, 2007.

  1. NerdBrick

    NerdBrick Guest

    Not sure what term you use to call the little window that holds the video
    play back when you are changing settings and such in MCE, but they seem to
    have made it smaller in Vista.

    Especially when I'm trying to edit my channel guide. It’s nice that its in
    the lower left you can see the TV, and if you pause for a while it will
    actually change to that station so you can review it to see if that is what
    you want to edit in your list. However, it’s so small now that I can’t make
    out the text coming from the tuner to see if it changed to the correct
    station. I see if you move the mouse over it that it will increase by about
    25%, but this is hard to do because it takes focus from the guide. Especially
    if you are trying to do this with a Xbox Extender in another room.

    There needs to be a way to make this bigger or at least optimize for larger
    screens where I do have the room to make it about 200% bigger than it is.



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    NerdBrick, Mar 6, 2007
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