> On Mar 1, 2018, at 8:53 PM, Seth Hillbrand <seth.hillbr...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Andrey- > > I'm moving this to a new thread so that we don't conflate the OpenMP > discussion with this. > > Can you test running Kicad with the "Open in Low Resolution" mode enabled? > You can activate this by choosing "Get Info" on the main KiCad application > and checking the option that says "Open in Low Resolution". You may need to > do the same for the other applications (Eeschema, pcbnew, etc) as well.
testing on my 2017” touch-bar MBP … Good g-d, low-res mode looks fuzzy and weird! I don’t notice any specific differences in EESchema performance. Maybe my schematic isn’t busy enough? I’m a fan of using more smaller sheets with less info on each than one big sheet with everything. I know, anecdote is not evidence. -a > > -Seth > > 2018-03-01 18:09 GMT-08:00 Andrey Kuznetsov <kandre...@gmail.com>: > Hi, > > So for now I've had a chance to test the motherboard project on my Retina > macbook display. > eeschema: horrible zoom, feels like elastic band zoom and I have all scroll > wheel accelerations and similar disabled, zoom response is super laggy, > cannot work like this, will need to make schematics on windows. > pcbnew by order of slowness: > legacy - pretty slow, zoom lag is major, boo boo > modern (fallback) - decent, but the lag can be felt, zoom lag is minor > modern (accelerated) - almost cannot feel the lag, very nice, nice zoom > responsiveness > > I'll report tomorrow on 5K LG display. > _______________________________________________ Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~kicad-developers Post to : firstname.lastname@example.org Unsubscribe : https://launchpad.net/~kicad-developers More help : https://help.launchpad.net/ListHelp