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PhotoFlare doesn't yet do HiDPI scaling, at least on Linux. So everything is tiny :)
See http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/highdpi.html for details.
@prokoudine - Indeed. This is true. Would you consider this an enhancement or bug? :)
@prokoudine - Is this a Gnome only issue or what is the latest situation on this?
I installed Plasma desktop. By default, it's tiny too. So I had to tweak scaling settings for Plasma, and it's all right.
@prokoudine - Can you try the latest build/code from master? I would like to test this but I don't have the hardware.
Icons are large as if using 2.0 scale factor. Fonts are small unless I run with QT_FONT_DPI=120 or anything to my liking:
Tools' settings to the lower right corner don't seem to all fit.
@prokoudine - I guess this result is much worse then. I only tried the default Qt method of setAttribute AA_EnableHighDpiScaling. There must be a better solution to this.