** Changed in: canonical-devices-system-image
Status: Fix Committed => Fix Released
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Physical "screen" size reported by the X11 backend is same as pixel
count, fixing dpi to 25.4
Status in Canonical System Image:
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Hey, I'm testing mir on X11.
Qt is calculating the DPI value based on information Mir gives it
about the screen. It uses either the DPI value Mir calculates, or the
physical size of the screen to calculate DPI itself.
But the X11 backend reports the physical size equal to the number of
pixels, so 1mm = 1 pixel. This makes the DPI calculation always return
25.4dpi, which causes Qt to render tiny fonts.
Could you please mock the physical screen size to return something so
that DPI becomes something more sensible?
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