Given that relatively few sites specified sizes in pt, in, pc, cm, or mm, it never did much, and since the recent unit changes all it now does is trigger thresholds Oddly enough, IE 11 is right there with them :(.And like @Brian Peek pointed out, it makes the experience on HiDPI laptops pretty sucky and pointless.I think providing consistent HiDPI support I've found the native resolution with DPI @ 200% (the default setting) to be good for most of my needs.Good: VS 2013, Office, IE, Windows Store appsOkay: SQL Mgmt Studio, ChromeBad: I am with Chrome for 5 years now and have never before complained about Chrome. weblink
jonjohanessyburgWednesday, 15 January 2014 12:17:53 UTCFinally someone brings up this issue... I'm sure that by now the Chrome team has noticed the bug and the several complaints. The only significant rendering difference between the two browsers is due to the old Konq's lack of web font support. Examples of Poor High-DPI behavior Let's start with Windows Live Writer, one of my favorite apps and the app I'm using to write this post. http://www.sevenforums.com/customization/293824-fuzzy-system-tray-icons-2560x1440-120-dpi.html
However, your failure to do things right the first time has caused users to become accustomed to a certain display, and now you have this problem. There is a firmware patch on the Lenovo website which fixed those issues.The machine itself is superb.Chris WMonday, 20 January 2014 16:44:37 UTCQuicken 2014 is horriblehttp://imgur.com/e9QXKX4http://imgur.com/3Mytnxakevin kTuesday, 21 January 2014 12:42:10 Set up your basic account Looking for more?Become a Premium Member Project: chromium ▼ Issues People Development process History Sign in New issue Search Search within: All issues Open issues New
Am I to blame? Surface Book and other PCs with high-DPI displays will ship with this setting enabled somewhere in that range. This is what people are used to, but there is in fact no scaling of the contents of the window. Rebuild Icon Cache Windows 10 Comment 104 Deleted Comment 105 by m...@cichlidrecipe.com, Aug 27 2014 Processing Just piling on...I've skimmed this - horrible idea to release this onto unwitting users of the software.
I can't believe how many of you people just bitch about it. System Tray Icons Blurry Windows 10 The dialog box for the partition sizing, was crunched together and the curser was large. I have several daily driver desktop apps with the exact same problem, a mixed bag of windows elements which scale incorrectly because the developer has not tested the app in a Comment 137 by sysproco...@gmail.com, Aug 28 2014 Processing I had the same issue on Chrome Version 37.0.2062.94 m on Windows 8 64-bit.
will be correct. I find that the scaling is fine as long as I set the internal screen to OFF in this config and ALWAYS boot up docked. Android Studio is a great example: It's poorly made and designed, and aside from the rampant performance and reliability problems, its inability to handle high DPI displays remains my major stumbling No problem with Windows 8.1 or 7 so I blame Windows 10. 1477409771 0 | Reply Waethorn Alpha Member #2235 - 2 months ago In reply to rejohnson: A lot can
Just a quick question Scott. http://www.hanselman.com/blog/LivingAHighDPIDesktopLifestyleCanBePainful.aspx Our applications on OSX only took a few weeks to update for HiDPI and works perfectly even in complex mixed DPI setups. Blurry Taskbar Icons Windows 10 The scaling of the non-client areas of Chrome (tabs, menus, favorites, etc) is abominable. Taskbar Icons Pixelated Windows 10 I have the Dell XPS 15.
In the past people filed bugs when screen DPI changes alone resulted in automatic rescaling of content. http://webgeninfosystems.com/windows-10/devices-and-printers-icons.html Retina Macbook Pros can scale to "Retina" mode (strictly 2x) or to "Scaled" mode which gives fractional scaling with no issue at all. I'm calling it early: we'll see more customer revolts in 2017. 1477410117 0 | Reply plettza Alpha Member #1558 - 2 months ago This is why the WinRT architecture is so I "fixed" it by changing my Windows 7 Display setting to 100%. System Tray Icons Pixelated
Old copies of Photoshop apparently lie and say they are HiDpi aware when they are truly not. But if you slog through all of it, the conclusion is obvious enough: Microsoft will never really fix this problem. Comment 15 lvm 2012-01-07 23:22:36 PST Created attachment 586762 [details] screenshot at 96 DPI Comment 16 lvm 2012-01-07 23:24:33 PST Created attachment 586763 [details] screenshot at 200 DPI different computer, same check over here kbWednesday, 15 January 2014 12:33:24 UTCThe situation is even worse if you use any of the many programs that have fixed, tiny font sizes (I'm looking at you Ableton and ZBrush
It also has about the nicest screen I've ever seen on a Windows Laptop. No tinkering with Windows display settings can produce a usable UI, and the software's own Preferences menu don't offer any solution either. Goto HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\ChromeHTML\shell\open\command 4.
IF this is going to make it to next stable release - YAY!! They are simply scaled at 2x. Comment 89 by mbide...@gmail.com, Aug 27 2014 Processing Can't check regedit due to admin policies, but cleartype is selected in Control Panel Comment 90 by kinga...@gmail.com, Aug 27 2014 Processing Ananta, Comment 196 by piotr.ku...@gmail.com, Aug 29 2014 Processing After update, Chrome 37 looks "wrong".
Desktop DPI is matched to screen density via DisplaySize configfile entry. SOLUTION #1: Let user override and set the default scaling level (Chrome allows this already although in limited steps). You've already set sub-pixel rendering to your liking (slight, medium or full) so the rest of the system fonts look best to you. this content Join Thurrott Premium to enjoy our Premium comments.
That's ugly, ugly, ugly. I did the change some time ago and it is not only a really good feeling to run only open source software (this irrational feelgood effect counts big in the post-snowden Key /high-dpi-support=1 /force-device-scale-factor=1 is working good. For example, please include the FontSmoothing value in your report, as requested by Ananta (who I assume is a Chrome team member from the @Chromium.org email) in post #58: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=395425#c58 Comment
END process twice File New task Run - explorer. Nick PortelliWednesday, 15 January 2014 13:46:14 UTCJust like Frans, my company develops Winforms+WPF apps and I can't agree more with what he says. I have lost count of how many times this has happened over the last six years and people just keep blaming ISVs. SOLUTION #2: Change Chrome Font SCALING to be VECTORED (alternatively 1:1 pixel-to-pixel like before) ALL THE TIME so that when a user overrides the scaling it will still look sharp and
Your code already tries to detect the native DPI. It ends up looking worse in the end.Christopher SpenceWednesday, 15 January 2014 08:22:30 UTCYou can also add Metrotwit to the list with high-dpi friendly applications! Please revert to sensible font sizes.