Bug report #15357

Updated by Denis Rouzaud over 3 years ago

According to 2.16 changelog, there is an improved HiDPI support. But it's not enabled by default and I have problems enabling it.

Attached is a comparison of QGIS and Safari windows on the same retina display. QGIS still has way less pixels and looks blurry.

This overall "low-res"-ness also affects the map itself - like there is no visible difference in line widths below 0.26px (compared to image rendered with Mapnik, where it's definitely visible).

Info.plist file in QGIS App folder contains:



<key>NSHighResolutionCapable</key>

<string>False</string>



Changing this value to True doesn't change anything. Tested on QGIS 2.16 and master built with Homebrew.



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