No, but there is an issue with how they do it.....
By: Sycraft (Administrators; 18025)
Posted on: 06-11-2012 17:55.
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You are still resolution dependent. The size of things still matters for the rez of the display, there's just now two classes of it: Normal and high. What this means is you don't get proper scaling of things on arbitrary displays. Like let's say you get a high end DM-3428 desktop 4k display. It's a 28" 4k monitor, 150 PPI. Ok great, however things will be too small if you operate normal programs at its full rez. So you do half-rez ala Apple... Except that is now 75 PPI. Way too large (93ish PPI is normal for like a 1920x1080 24" monitor).
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