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The name fonts and location covers ~ 20% of the image. Shouldnt the name be located on the border of the image?

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I can make LRC do that, but only if the Lightroom window doesn't fill the screen and I have chosen "Fill" instead of "Fit" in the Navigator panel. It isn't a bug.
 
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Could you attach a screen shot that shows both the entire LRC window and the problem?
 
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The text is the customizable information displayed when View > Loupe Info > Show Info Overlay is enabled. You cannot change its size, but its apparent size is relative to the resolution setting of your display. The picture below shows the size of the info overlay on the same display set to 1800 x 1169 (top), and 1024 x 665 (bottom). Although I’m not using Windows, it’s possible that the Windows UI scaling setting might be a second factor that affects the info overlay size; at least it’s worth looking into.

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Click the letter "i" (i for Information) on the keyboard. each click rotates through three versoins of the information block. Info block 1, Info block 2, and none. If you want tpo see entire unobsturcted image, rotate through till you get to the none version. whichever of the 3 you pick stays on subsequent images untill you change it again. In addition you can set LrC to only show the info block for a 5 seconds each time a new image is selected and then it dissappears. To do this, right click on an image and select "View Options". In the View Options dialog box you can select what information is shown in Info Block 1 and Info Block 2 and there is a checkbox that will enable the "show briefly" option for one or the other of block 1 or block 2.
 
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