|Re: [tracecompass-dev] High-DPI icons|
Hi! Here are some extra instructions if you need to test this.
In Ubuntu, there's a scaling setting in the "Screen Resolution" settings (at least in Ubuntu 16.04). You can also launch with an environment variable to control this more manually. This seems to be a more reliable way on Ubuntu 14.04. For example:
On Windows 10, it's in the Display settings.
On Mac, it's 2x by default on Retina Macs and can be changed in the "Displays" system preferences.
From: tracecompass-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx <tracecompass-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of Marc-André Laperle <marc-andre.laperle@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, September 21, 2016 4:50:40 PM
Subject: [tracecompass-dev] High-DPI icons
Hello Trace Compass contributors!
I would just like to point out that if you add icons to
Trace Compass, if it's not too much trouble, you should try to add the 2 versions for each icon in order to haver nicer High DPI monitor support.
One should be higher resolution (foo@xxxxxx, typically 32x32 for Project Explorer, etc) and the other one is half the resolution (foo.png, 16x16). Of course, if you just take a tiny one and stretch it, there is not much point
as the platform already does that kind of basic scaling but it definitely will look worse than if you make a nice 32x32 icon as the source.
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