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Hey all! :) Just noticed that the Baldur's Gate Enhanced Editions are on sale, YAY! Well, I looked at the trailer and I'm seeing the HUD is extremely small, including the text. My native resolution is 1920x1080, so I have a question: Is it possible to scale the HUD using this resolution in these Enhanced Edition games? Failing that, would there be a way to do so for the original games (which I have on here as well)? (I know, running at a low resolution can work, too.)

Thanks in advance :) Take care, all!
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EazyCheeze: Hey all! :) Just noticed that the Baldur's Gate Enhanced Editions are on sale, YAY! Well, I looked at the trailer and I'm seeing the HUD is extremely small, including the text. My native resolution is 1920x1080, so I have a question: Is it possible to scale the HUD using this resolution in these Enhanced Edition games? Failing that, would there be a way to do so for the original games (which I have on here as well)? (I know, running at a low resolution can work, too.)

Thanks in advance :) Take care, all!
Apart from several bugs Beamdog added, this is number one on forums.

https://forums.beamdog.com/discussion/9759/enhanced-edition-ui/p3

http://steamcommunity.com/app/228280/discussions/0/357288572121381091/

https://www.reddit.com/r/baldursgate/comments/4dhcqj/bgee_how_to_expand_text_box_during_dialogs/

Hope these will help
gogwitcher300
The HUD can be scaled, but it's an all-or-nothing affair. It either displays at the native resolution or it scales up to a pre-defined size based on your resolution. You can't adjust it incrementally. I personally find the scaled up version to work fine at 1920x1080. The smaller native resolution does look much sharper, though.
Thank you! :) I will keep all this in mind.