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    How do I make the UI cards bigger?

    Coming back to TTS after a short absence, discovered the new UI Hands feature (where the cards are now floating in front of you).

    The update said that you can make those cards bigger by scaling your Hand Zone up. I tried that using the Gizmo, and also by just pressing "+" on the cards themselves.

    In-Game cards scale up as they always have, but the UI cards don't.

    Am I missing something? Or is this feature not fully implemented?

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    The current solution is to hold down alt to view the card at a larger size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knil View Post
    The current solution is to hold down alt to view the card at a larger size.
    Thank you for the response.

    I knew about the Alt-Zoom, but not being able to scale the cards makes the new UI a lot less useful to me. I like to see my whole hand at once (fine print included!), so I usually just zoom in on it and watch the game at an angle.

    I assume from your phrasing that scalable UI cards are in the works?

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