hossmf last edited by
Please update your app and icons to support UHD displays and have crisp quality. Thanks for this great innovation. :)
calav3ra.de last edited by
He probably means "dpi aware" and yes, i'd like that too since the tray icon of flux is pixelated while using it on 2560x1440px with 125% scaling (which is recommended by windows for that resolution).
Thanks a lot!
Thomas357 last edited by
The often witnessed pixelized stairsteps of a low resolution image is not a direct consequence of what would correctly be called aliasing as no "false frequencies" are present but because the pixel pattern is simply not detailed enough. When reproduced correctly with a non-pixel-based screen in theory, any image would not become pixelized with lower and lower resolution, but only less and less sharp. Which leads to the second type.