@agx @purism What is the scale measured against? i.e., why is 200% considered ideal (default)?

@lwriemen @agx @purism
100% means one logical pixel mapped to one physical pixel.
As the L5 has a high (282) DPI screen, things would be pretty tiny this way. With 200%, everything is more detailed. Software that's aware of it might e.g. use a 64px icon instead of a 32px icon.


@danielst @agx @purism thanks. Makes sense...to a programmer. A non-technical user would probably prefer to just scale off of "normal" view. (Probably with huge, big, normal, small, tiny resolutions.)

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