The Linux engine...
bobs at twft.com
Thu Feb 23 10:53:47 CST 2012
If the same problem exists with all applications, or many other applications, I would say it's a problem with Linux, if they do not give you a systematic way of improving the readability of things in the GUI. Windows has the same problem, but there is a place you can change the size of fonts and icons and such system wide.
On Feb 22, 2012, at 11:50 PM, Peter Alcibiades wrote:
> I've more or less stopped using Rev because I only use Linux, and having got
> a 22 inch monitor, I simply can't read most of the IDE unless I reset screen
> resolution to much lower resolution. Or put on reading glasses which brings
> its own problems. It doesn't make any difference which WM you use. It was
> fine on my old 19 inch monitor, but I've given up struggling with it on the
> new one.
> Now, is this Rev's problem, or is it X11's problem? Who cares? You have to
> be able to read the IDE to use it.
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