Palette not fully visible

Using the new repair palette for PL 3, I can not see all feature of the palette (see images below), since arranged in a horizontal way. I have to remove some of the panels e.g. F9 to fully see them. In one of the PL 3 videos in the web, I see the palette arrange in a vertical way.

How can this been done?

Thank You in Advance.

G’day Martin,

The vertical Repair tool’s toolbar is only avaiable in DxO PhotoLab 3 for macOS. However, I will point our UX specialists to your issue.

By the way, what is the resolution of your display?

I think you have a low-resolution screen.
Blank the two left side palettes (zoom and metadata).


Merci. 1920x1080.

Thank you for your response.

PS I new the solution as you can from the screenshots. Just liked the MAC version and would like to have it for Windows too.

I suspect that other than the resolution you may also be using a small monitor, judging by the width of the palettes and the cut off repair features. It looks to me like your monitor just ran out of real estate. What is the size of your monitor? I’m guessing of course, but they may not have actually tested that feature on a monitor as small as yours. For those of us with larger monitors, it’s not a problem. Hopefully they will be able to include a fix of some kind in one of the upcoming point releases.



My monitor is 1680 x 1050, I have yet to update to PL3 but have not become aware of any issues in regard to screen resolution when using PL2…hopefully I will not when I update :slight_smile:

PS I am on Windows10 Pro 64bit

It’s a 14" labtop I use, when I travel.


definiteley the right approach to handover to UX specialist. By the way, I already complained once, please address this small little triangle in the topright off the screen, hiding %enlargement, 1:1 and Fullscreen buttons. You developer guys have all monitor sizes available so you may not be aware, but normal user in normal living rooms do often not. This small triangle compared to other large buttons needs prioritization as hidden functions are often used. Thank you!