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Wed Jan 18, 2017 9:15 am Post
echo613 wrote:I have tried some variation of all of those. I can either have clear text or icons of size that human eyes can see them. I can't get both. Since I use the icons all the time (especially the ones in the binder) it's very important to me that I can interact with them comfortably.
I don't expect any of the staff to give a release date or anything official. However, it would be really nice to know if an update (or more likely new version of Scrivener) that addresses these issues is coming summer, fall, or winter 2017 or it it isn't expected until much later. Right now I can't use my primary writing program on the new computer so I need to figure something out. Some information from the staff would be great because then I'd know if I should hold on for a little bit or start looking at other programs.
Thu Jan 19, 2017 3:06 pm Post
Because it is built on an older Qt framework that has no HiDPI awareness, Scrivener 1.x is unable to fully support high-resolution monitors. The next major version of Scrivener, currently in development, uses an updated framework with HiDPI support, and we're working on an interim solution for 1.x to provide automatic scaling based on the Windows display settings.
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