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Filmstrip text adjustment?

Gwyver

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Lightroom Classic version: 9.3
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macOS 10.15 Catalina
I've just finished upgrading from LR6.14 on W10 to Lightroom Classic on macOS (10.15.6). The catalog & image move completed without incident but now I'm struggling to see the (non-highlighted) text & symbols which appear in the row above the thumbnails in the Filmstrip panel of the user interface. The contrast is very poor and the text size is tiny.

My monitor is an Eizo CX271 and has moved from the windows desktop to the Mac mini that I now use - so no change in screen resolution or quality. This problem wasn't evident in the Windows environment.

Are there any user changeable settings which can make this aspect of the UI more legible?

Thanks.
Chris
 

Roelof Moorlag

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On your Windows system the visability was better? In what way?
My screenshot was from my macbook pro but i don't believe it's very different from my Win10 mainsystem.
 

Gwyver

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On your Windows system the visability was better? In what way?
My screenshot was from my macbook pro but i don't believe it's very different from my Win10 mainsystem.
The contrast between the text and it's background seemed much more noticeable
 
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