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  • dragon321
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    Originally posted by guspitts View Post

    I don't know which type of application it was. But after mentioning it to Nate, I was pointed to this https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=433269 bug report that states that actually Wayland itself doesn't support non-integer scaling very well. This eventually prompted a reintroduction of that setting: https://invent.kde.org/plasma/plasma...e_requests/669. And that will make KDE usable again for me.
    It seems this is about different thing. Well, I don't know for sume so I believe you are right and that was my mistake.


    Originally posted by Vistaus View Post

    In that case, our beloved Nate has reported a faulty bug report
    https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=433269
    Yeah, that would make sense now. My mistake.

    Originally posted by darkbasic View Post

    Even integer scaling is blurry on Xwayland, you don't need to bother with fractional
    Good thing I don't need any scaling currently. I hope situation will improve before I get HiDPI screen in future.

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  • reavertm
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    Originally posted by lolren View Post
    Still no fixed partition automount in KDE from GUI, just removable. Or, am I missing something? 🤔
    You want frontend for /etc/fstab? I don't think I would want any GUI tool mess with that.

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  • lolren
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    Still no fixed partition automount in KDE from GUI, just removable. Or, am I missing something? 🤔

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  • darkbasic
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    Originally posted by dragon321 View Post

    Are you talking about native Wayland applications or X11 applications running on Xwayland? Native Wayland applications are fine for me on 125% scale. X11 indeed becomes little blurry but that's X11 limitation.
    Even integer scaling is blurry on Xwayland, you don't need to bother with fractional

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  • tildearrow
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    Originally posted by guspitts View Post
    Thanks to Nate for bringing back the Force DPI option for font rendering.
    That is amazing, because that option was important for me.
    Removing options is not a KDE thing...

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  • Sonadow
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    Originally posted by Michael
    - The "Force Font DPI" setting in Plasma should now work again on Wayland.
    This thing was broken for almost two years and it's only getting fixed now.

    In the meantime, I had to address the problem myself by editing configuration files.

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  • bug77
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    Originally posted by guspitts View Post
    So, regardless of the calendar year, I am thankful that the KDE developers (Nate in particular) recognized that non-integer scaling on wayland is not always the proper solution and that they brought back font scaling quickly after removing it in KDE 5.21.
    Yeah, they fixed everything else and are now dealing with self-inflicted pain...

    Btw, thanks developers for completely ruining the system monitor widgets (and removing the system monitor that used to fit on the taskbar in the process).

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  • Vistaus
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    Originally posted by dragon321 View Post

    Are you talking about native Wayland applications or X11 applications running on Xwayland? Native Wayland applications are fine for me on 125% scale. X11 indeed becomes little blurry but that's X11 limitation.
    In that case, our beloved Nate has reported a faulty bug report

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  • Drol
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    And will any love be applied to kmail at some point?
    This bug is really annoying

    I have another, more serious problem that makes kmail unviable, but I think I've lost hope

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  • guspitts
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    Originally posted by dragon321 View Post

    Are you talking about native Wayland applications or X11 applications running on Xwayland? Native Wayland applications are fine for me on 125% scale. X11 indeed becomes little blurry but that's X11 limitation.
    I don't know which type of application it was. But after mentioning it to Nate, I was pointed to this https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=433269 bug report that states that actually Wayland itself doesn't support non-integer scaling very well. This eventually prompted a reintroduction of that setting: https://invent.kde.org/plasma/plasma...e_requests/669. And that will make KDE usable again for me.

    Leave a comment:

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