I’m trying to fix this issue with Uisize and UiAspectRatioConstraint, but it’s not helping me out as it only messes things up more.
Have you tried the plugin AutoScale Lite? It’s a really useful tool for ui sizing
A. Use a UIAspectRatioConstraint. You can calculate your ratioconstraint value by doing AbsoluteSize.X/AbsoluteSize.Y
B. Make sure you’re using scale values for the UIGridLayout sizing and positioning.
This wouldn’t work, as the UIGridLayout is overriding size and positioning values here. He/She should probably use a UIListLayout in horizontal order, but UIGridLayout does provide more functionality with sizing, so either or would work here.
All of my UI was made with Autoscale Lite
How do I get Absolute Sizes? I read somewhere else this was some Maths thing and it’s not 100% clear to me. My UI Grid Layouts do use Scale values, I basically never touch offset
It’s in the top of properties, should be grayed out a little, but still viewable.
Alright, found them. But because I’m using different image labels inside one frame should I have to change each one individually? Which Absolute Size(s) do I use: the UI Grid ones? The parent frame’s size?