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Acquisition Settings Are Pushed Together - Need More Room

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In the next release of BYE can you provide a little more room for displaying the acquisition settings on the right of the screen.  Everything is pushed together.  More room is needed for Shutter, Aperture, Duration and ISO.

I am running on a IBM Lenovo E440 laptop running Win 10 Home.

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Please advise what Resolution and Scale you are using (Windows Settings / System / Display).

The Display Image shows that you are running a High Resolution as 3x ASCOM Control Panels are visible.  But the Font also seems rather Large, as if you are running at 125% or 150% Scale Factor.

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I don't believe that the issue has to do with the Display Scale. I see the same thing at 100% when I have a lens on my camera and BYE adds the Aperture column to the capture plan. What may be useful is if the user had the ability to adjust the amount of screen real estate taken up by the Image Center to allow more room for the Capture Plan Center and Histogram Center. A vertical Splitter control could allow that capability.

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