[Pkg-chromium-maint] Bug#763421: Bug#763421: fixed in chromium-browser 43.0.2357.65-1

Vincent Bernat bernat at debian.org
Thu May 21 16:05:49 UTC 2015

 ❦ 21 mai 2015 17:56 +0200, Yves-Alexis Perez <corsac at debian.org> :

>> xrdb -query | grep -i Xft.dpi
> Nothing.
>> xfconf-query -c xsettings -lv | grep -i Xft.dpi
> xfconf-query -c xsettings -lv | grep -i Xft.dpi
> /Xft/DPI                        -1
> Also:
> xdpyinfo|grep resolution
>   resolution:    177x176 dots per inch

I don't know how to configure that in xfce, but if you can arrange to
change the value of /Xft/DPI to 181248 (177*1024), it may help
Chromium. I didn't follow all the implementations of how they
implemented HiDPI, but last time it was using GTK and GTK uses this
value but maybe GTK, when rendering, has a fallback that is not used for
not-totally-GTK apps (in Chromium, GTK is not used for rendering).

>> Also, from your screenshots, it seems that your desktop environment is
>> rather small for something to be displayed at 177 dpi.
> I like my fonts smalls (it's Sans 4.5), and the window borders theme is
> mine (MurrinaAzul in murrine-themes) and done to be minimal.

OK then.

>>  I would assume
>> that the value is ignored in most of your environment. How does
>> "zenity
>> --entry" look like?
> https://i.imgur.com/9xFnH6s.png

So, it's OK. It was to test that GTK apps act as expected for you. I
would have said that in this case, Chromium should work too but this
doesn't seem the case.
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