MacOS: Setting for handling pixels

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MacOS: Setting for handling pixels

Post by grgr » Mon Mar 27, 2017 4:48 pm

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@Pierre: Thanks for the great work!

But now the way xnviewmp handles pixels should be adjusted. After the current fix, the 100% view is too small. It would be useful at least as an option that one image pixel is represented by one screen pixel. It's important for checking image sharpness with a left mouse click. An option for 200% magnification with a mouse click could be a solution, too.

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Re: MacOS: Add HiDPI format/ Retina support

Post by xnview » Mon Mar 27, 2017 6:20 pm

the 100% view is too small??
grgr wrote:@Pierre: Thanks for the great work!

But now the way xnviewmp handles pixels should be adjusted. After the current fix, the 100% view is too small. It would be useful at least as an option that one image pixel is represented by one screen pixel. It's important for checking image sharpness with a left mouse click. An option for 200% magnification with a mouse click could be a solution, too.
Pierre.

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Re: MacOS: Add HiDPI format/ Retina support

Post by grgr » Mon Mar 27, 2017 7:10 pm

It appears small, yes.

The corresponding setting in preview (standard mac viewer):
preview100percent.png
And this thread could clarify what I mean:
https://forums.adobe.com/message/5601271

So it's not a bug anymore, it's a matter of convenience. An ability to set the mouse-click zoom to 200% would resolve quite everything.

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Re: MacOS: Setting for handling pixels

Post by grgr » Tue Apr 04, 2017 2:57 pm

0.85: a setting for zoom on HiDPI-screen added, problem resolved

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