High-DPI scaling

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XnTriq
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High-DPI scaling

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I'm currently running XnView MP v1.4.0 x64 on Windows 10 22H2. Screen resolution is set to 1920×1200 pixels (WUXGA).
Due to the display scaling (125%), there are quite a few “imperfections” when it comes to icons (but also checkboxes).
As far as I know, (many of) these issues could be fixed by using icons and UI elements in SVG rather than PNG format, because the quality of vector graphics doesn't deteriorate when scaled up or down.
OSB Sudio is an open source project which is also based on Qt. The themes consist of QSS and SVG files.

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Re: High-DPI scaling

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+1
I would also appreciate OBS UI's folder structure (themes and language)
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Re: High-DPI scaling

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+1 👍
AMD Ryzen 3 3300X 3.8Ghz, 16Gb DDR4, RX6600XT with Dell U2520D at 2560x1440@60Hz scaling 125%
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