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Default font size is huge in the new Qt client
I have compiled Freeciv 2.6.0 myself (downloaded from http://files.freeciv.org/stable/freeciv-2.6.0.tar.bz2) and saw that the new Qt client looks huge on my laptop. Check the first 8 attached screenshots.
After some research, I have changed the font size to 12 from 17 in the client's options and the game looks just fine (check the 8th and 9th screenshots). Note that I had deleted ~/.config/freeciv-qt-client.ini before that, so I suspect these fonts are set by default.
There was no such problem with the previous versions of the Qt client I've used.
#4 Updated by Yuri Tretyakov over 3 years ago
Jacob Nevins wrote:
What versions were those, do you remember?
(From screenshots, this is many client fonts, not just city font on the map. So it's not a consequence of bug #760420.)
I don't remember which version I played in the previous year, but the Qt client for Freeciv 2.5.11 looks fine.
#5 Updated by Yuri Tretyakov about 3 years ago
If I understand correctly, the font sizes are calculated at configure_fonts() in client/gui-qt/fonts.cpp using the Qt physical and logical DPI values. I don't know if this helps, but here are the variable values:
logical_dpi: 96 physical_dpi: 102.048 scale: 1.063 max: 17 smaller: 13 default_size: 15 logicalDotsPerInchX(): 96 physicalDotsPerInchX(): 102.048 logicalDotsPerInchY(): 96 physicalDotsPerInchY(): 102.669 logicalDotsPerInch(): 96 physicalDotsPerInch(): 102.359 devicePixelRatio(): 1
#6 Updated by Anonymous about 3 years ago
- File qt_fonts_tune.patch qt_fonts_tune.patch added
- Status changed from New to Resolved
- Assignee set to Anonymous
- Sprint/Milestone set to 2.6.1
Thansk for report and DPI settings. I tuned settings much better now.
Off topic: That titlebar looks useless in your case -> u can disable it in local options ->interface -> show titlebar (unmark), close/min/max buttons will appear on right side of menus.
U can save 20 pixels that way
I checked also on 43 tv and it looks ok ( earlier fonts were at least 2x too small)
all 22-25 monitors should have the same sizes, bigger monitors -> bigger sizes, lower -> lower sizes.
New formula for standard menu font is:
screen_width ppi * 16
(------------ + 5 ) * -------------
ppi lpi * 27
ppi = physical dpi, lpi = logical_dpi
screen_width/ppi ~ screen size in inches
( In your case its 11.6 - it will be rounded to 12)
I'll check in Windows on Lifebook A512 (15.6" screen, 1366x768 screen) next week before commiting.