On Thursday 31 December 2015 01:57:30 Thomas Fjellstrom wrote: > I finally was able to upgrade to the new kde packages in debian, and things > are working pretty decently. Not perfect, but I can live with it :) > > Right now I'm having a few HiDPI related issues now that X and KDE seem to > support it much better now. Kmail as a kde4 app has massive fonts even in > the ui, probably due to reading in my old dpi and font sizes from the old > kde install. > > Where do I find the right place to change those settings? I've searched > around in my .kde dir a bit and didn't really find much that helped. > > Incidentally, I'm also having dpi issues with Chrome. People claim it works, > but it never has for me :( even when I disable it's device scaling, it gets > the fonts wrong (too large again). > > For reference, my laptop has a 1080p 15" screen for 148 dpi. KDE4's systemsettings seems not available anymore in unstable. IIRC there was a way to launch specific items in systemsettings, but I can't remember how :( -- Wiki is not WysiWyg. It's an intelligence test of sorts to be able to edit a wiki page. It's not rocket science, but it doesn't appeal to the VideoAddicts. If it doesn't appeal, they don't participate, which leaves those of us who read and write to get on with rational discourse. http://www.c2.com/cgi/wiki?WhyWikiWorks Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer http://perezmeyer.com.ar/ http://perezmeyer.blogspot.com/
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