Drespar said: Few more questions for you on this -- 1. Are you using Roll20 at a zoom higher than 100%? 2. What is your screen resolution? 3. What exactly did you click to get to that state? I think I managed to somewhat replicate on my end but couldn't get the interface to end up in that state. Scratch that last one, seconds later and I did it. Oenanthe said: keithcurtis said: What browser and OS are you using Oenanthe? I'm using Chrome and Windows 10. I have no idea beyond that, but I would assume the Chrome updates itself (all my other browsers do). I have a range of Stylus Scripts (courtesy of other Forum users) that help me out a lot, but for the screen shots I turned them all off to give the most representative pictures I could. In answer to the questions, I normally have my Browser Zoom set to either 110 or 125% While I can't be certain I have a feeling the Screen Shots were taken at 125% which is my normal option. Screen resolution is 1600 x 900 on a 24" monitor as that means i can have the setting for the size of text, apps, and other items set to 100%, increasing the resolution means i have to increase the % setting for the size of text, apps and other items which can start to cause issues with things not fitting on the screen. There is also an option to increase the size of text in the Ease of Access settings and the slider for that is about half way along, but i'm not sure what the standard is for it.