[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 16:51:47 UTC 2015

 ❦ 21 mai 2015 18:15 +0200, Yves-Alexis Perez <corsac at debian.org> :

>> >> 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. 
> It might help chromium (it doesn't look it it, though), but it'll break
> everything else. /Xft/DPI is in DPI, not in DPI*1024. See

It's in DPI*1024 but maybe XFCE is presenting a rectified value. See:

You can install xsettingsd and use "dump_xsettings" to get the actual

> Forcing 177 to /Xft/DPI doesn't work either (same situation as with no
> setting it at all and having 177 DPI from Xorg).

Do you have GDK_SCALE or GDK_DPI_SCALE environment variable? They should
not be used by Chromium (not using GDK/GTK for rendering) but are used
by other GTK apps and may explain the difference (they may also be
present in xsettings, but you would see them with dump_xsettings).
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deadly in the long run.
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