Also affects the websites themselves. The other artifact is a thin, irregularly shaped white line where the opaque area of a PNG-24 meets the transparent (alpha transparency) area. We have high-DPI icon art available now. (In reply to Martin Jürgens from comment #27) > Any update on this? Comment 32 Felix Miata 2013-06-18 23:43:42 PDT Created attachment 764591 [details] 2560x1600@192DPI screenshot of openSUSE running KDE 4.10.4 Xft.dpi is unset. his comment is here
You don't have to follow crappy IE11 footsteps - due to directwrite IE11 on Windows 8 is useless - now Chrome is as well Comment 113 by [email protected], Aug 27 2014 Keith HillThursday, 16 January 2014 03:56:22 UTCI don't even have a very high res screen - using a Surface Pro, but I did have trouble with some apps. why are you messing things that are not (at least not appear to common folks) broken? Comment 214 by [email protected], Aug 30 2014 Processing I'm on 4k monitors and I use 125%. have a peek at these guys
Ihave applied the fix I described above and windows does a excellentjob of re-scaling the whole app looks crisp and clear. Now my productivity is back to 100%. Screen resolution: 2560x1600 (30" monitor) Text scaling: Medium (125%) ClearType : Yes (registry value 2) OS: Windows 7 64-bit ResizeMyBrowser.com reports it's displaying 2048 x 1156 with chrome and 2438 x Comment 191 by Deleted [email protected], Aug 29 2014 Processing Save Issue.
i think others are basically taking us for fools. chrome_fail.jpg 683 KB View Download Comment 106 by [email protected], Aug 27 2014 Processing Zooming page issue got fixed temporarily by using .../chrome.exe" /high-dpi-support=1 /force-device-scale-factor=1 But this is an extremely worse updated We need to investigate further to understand when system icons change size and when they don't. Rebuild Icon Cache Windows 10 I've spent over a week to get everything working on high dpi displays some time ago, most time working around winforms issues regarding font scaling. (group controls in group controls which
Is the setting "layout.css.dpi" depreciated? System Tray Icons Blurry Windows 10 This is so they can do overly-aggressive hinting for the standard Arial 10pt/96ppi, but causes the horizontal distances to jump around in strange ways at any other size. Make everything a webapp then? http://www.windowshelpzone.com/thread/fuzzy-system-tray-icons-on-2560x1440-120-dpi.html Why all this?
Starred by 382 users Reported by [email protected], Jul 20 2014 Back to list Comments by non-members will not trigger notification emails to users who starred this issue. I think Windows overall has much improved in scaling, and is much better than like Linux, but not compared to like OSX. Comment 11 Karl Tomlinson (:karlt) 2012-01-05 18:56:25 PST Comparing with a reference situation with the xrandr dpi set to 96 and Xft.dpi set to 192.0, these are my observations: With xrandr Comment 89 by [email protected], Aug 27 2014 Processing Can't check regedit due to admin policies, but cleartype is selected in Control Panel Comment 90 by [email protected], Aug 27 2014 Processing Ananta,
She doesn't care about anything I just described, and she just wants to get work done. Thanks. Blurry Taskbar Icons Windows 10 Chrome on the left Monitor with 130 DPI looks pretty good. Taskbar Icons Pixelated Windows 10 This registry hack will tell Windows to ignore that answer and handle the scaling properly.
The text is clear, there's nary a pixel in sight. http://ksresource.net/windows-10/hide-icons-and-notifications.html So when Chrome scales up to 125% dpi (without the switches), everything looks huge and disgusting, and people in this thread complain. The high DPI and scaling issues it causes when docked is the #1 complaint I have heard with companies when they evaluate the Surface Pro 4/Book. 1477411494 0 | Reply hrlngrv Since Windows sizes things like text and icons based on the pixel height, rather than physical size, a display with lots of pixels but short on inches causes stuff to be System Tray Icons Pixelated
It produces consistent word/line length, but does contribute slightly to that "blury" effect some people see in OSX fonts. I solved my problem adding flag "/high-dpi-support=1 /force-device-scale-factor=1" at shortcut. My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop TwoCables View Public Profile Find More Posts by TwoCables fuzzy system tray icons on 2560x1440 120 dpi « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar weblink It may be on the Windows taskbar, a shortcut on the desktop, or in the start menu or on the start screen.
So all it took for Firefox to gain proper support was making sure they used CSS pixels instead of device pixels for sizing windows and rendering buffers, and it just worked.Strange General Discussion I've changed system tray icons .dll files, some icons disappearedI was trying to change the system tray icons by changing the .dll and somehow the battery, sound, network icons Sure, they may be a little blurry (they have been scaled 2x) but they are all 100% useable.
Comment 21 Jamie Kitson 2012-10-24 01:21:55 PDT I have played around with "layout.css.devPixelsPerPx" but it's not suitable for my needs for two reasons: 1) I want to be able to dynamically If I go to the display settings to adjust ther scaling I need to sign out anyway for a lot of legacy apps to scale properly. 1477402226 0 | Reply the_zeni If so, you need to close the background instance as well before the new command line options take effect. User victimization via forced 96 DPI is even worse in Chromium here, where the the adjustment range for default text size has been exceeded, UI text is further shrunken compared to
So definitely not bad. It almost looks great, presumably because it's a WPF application and WPF is pretty good about DPI things. Note: The reference for the following about:config setting is here: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Layout.css.dpi In about.config set layout.css.dpi to 0. check over here This was an issue when I owned the original Surface Pro years ago, and I recall Paul complaining about this a long while back, but I'd assumed/hoped it would be fixed
Comment 99 by [email protected], Aug 27 2014 Processing I have a 1920x1080 screen with 125% (120dpi) Windows 7 scaling and I got hit by this problem when I updated to 64-bit I've looked around and saw a solution with deleting some registry lines and restarting explorer.exe but that didn't do anything. Chrome.exe" /high-dpi-support=1 /force-device-scale-factor=1 2. Log in to Thurrott.com Username/email address: Password: Forgot Password?
I have a number of older Windows apps that look great on this display. Like we use years before ?