Jeezy4, on 29 January 2013 - 05:20, said:
I don't expect that there is any such replies to this topic.
I use Windows 8 Pro with 200% on a rMPB it goes pretty good, however not everything is suitable.
Here are some examples:
Desktop + Origin (very small even if the dpi is set to 200%) http://d.pr/i/fVN6
VLC (dialog box not adapted) http://d.pr/i/GOzp
NSIS (police blur) http://d.pr/i/22Uu
Steam (police blur) http://d.pr/i/GDb8
Kaspersky (adapted interface but font too small) http://d.pr/i/UvRx
Google Chrome (police blur) It should be fixed in a future version of Chrome http://code.google.c...etail?id=149881
For now the only apps that I found partially adapted to Retina screens are Office 2013, VS 2012 (fuzzy icon) and the Metro interface.
Besides, I have another question how to make IE 10 or Chrome displays images x2 Apple's website!
I would put other screenshot later.
Thanks for the screenshots
Regarding the bolded bit, that's a bit tough. IE has always handled this stuff a bit strangely (You'll see similar issues on high-dpi WP devices), and Chrome should get support in a future release (Since WebKit already exposes it to content in a non-standard way). Firefox can handle this (Via standard methods, and the same JS extension WebKit uses), but it's half disabled by default due to issues.
Interesting that Steam has issues since that uses DirectWrite (and by extension, Direct2D, hopefully), and that supports resolution independence by default, so they've either broken it, or are using some strange rendering method that breaks it.
Edit: O, for the rest of the stuff, disabling XP style scaling should "help" (It'll just be pixel doubled then, so blurry but scaled properly)