GNOME 3.12 Will Include Yet More Hi-DPI Display Improvements
Posted on: 02/17/2014 08:47 AM

The upcoming release of GNOME 3.12 and Ubuntu's intention to support HDPI displays in 14.04 LTS, combined neatly over the weekend

GNOME 3.12 Will Include Yet More Hi-DPI Display Improvements


From OMG! Ubuntu!:
Thanks to a recent commit to GNOME Shell, April’s release of GNOME 3.12 will come with improved support for high-resolution displays, such as that used in the Chromebook Pixel and Lenovo Yoga Pad 2.

Support for GNOME on HiDPI screens was formally introduced in the 3.10 stable release last year. While this ensured the adequate resizing of most desktop interface elements, windows and icons the implementation, background mechanics and extent of scaling lacked finesse and refinement.



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