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    Telaran Tovrin's Avatar
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    Default Q: How do you resize the bags in the UI?

    I've found a resize option for just about every other UI element, but I can't seem to find anything for bags.

    Anyone able to help out here?

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    Unfortunately right now you can't. Hopefully they make some changes to bags and the bag windows soon.

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    You have to modify the entire UI scale in order to change the size of the bags. You can do this in the Video options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tovrin View Post
    I've found a resize option for just about every other UI element, but I can't seem to find anything for bags.

    Anyone able to help out here?
    Have you tried opening the game menu, then opening your bags, THEN opening the UI tool? I dont know if it will work, but if it does - fantastic

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    Ok - There isnt a Bag Resize UI option.

    However.. to do it (and to resize the Character window at the same time) do this first (before you edit the interface individual items).

    Hit Esc

    Settings

    Interface

    Display

    Click on "Global UI Scale" then move the slider down till the bags are the size you want.

    Apply.

    Then go into Edit Interface to resize / move everything else about. Im pretty sure this will change eventually, but thats how to do it for now.
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