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RE: HD screen scaling

From: Daniel Boyd
Subject: RE: HD screen scaling
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2021 13:57:55 -0600

> defaults write NSGlobalDomain GSScaleFactor X

Where X is your scale factor (e.g. 1.5 for 1.5X scaling)

You can also change this on a per-app basis by setting it to the app's domain 
instead of NSGlobalDomain

From: Discuss-gnustep <discuss-gnustep-bounces+danieljboyd=icloud.com@gnu.org> 
On Behalf Of bruce
Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2021 1:17 PM
To: discuss-gnustep@gnu.org
Subject: HD screen scaling 

I’m running Debian 11 with an HD screen. When I use gnustep apps, they display 
very small, too small for touch, and too small to read. I can bump the font 
size up to 24, but the screen is cramped so the fields don’t all display, and 
it doesn’t fix graphics – for example GMines displays about the size of my 
thumb nail. How can I rescale apps when I run then – for example with Gtk, I 
can preface the comman line ‘GDK_SCALE=2’    

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