To start with, I’ve read https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/1951 

I got this new Dell XPS 15 9550 with a HiDPI screen (3840x2160). I’ve been 
trying to get it working the way I want: native resolution with readable text. 
Xfce provides a way to increase the system font to 192dpi; KDE has a scale 
factor to increase all fonts with a factor. Either way, the Qubes VM Manager 
doesn’t seem to scale it’s own “graphics” accordingly, is that correct? E.g., 
displaying the column with the IP-addresses results in it only displaying 
“10.137.”. The rest is cut of, because the width of the column doesn’t seem to 
get wide enough.

Is there a way to get around this? Doesn't the Qubes VM Manager “window” 
proportionally scale itself related to the occupied pixels of the text due to 
the font? Or am I missing something?


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