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My understanding is that when Apple is saying that a high DPI display is officially supported, they are implying that HiDPI mode is supported. See, for example, that in the article officially stating support for certain 4K displays for your Mac, they show a screenshot and state that you should be able to adjust scaling: E.g., the Dell monitor cited in ...


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The problem shows after using an external monitor with a different resolution. For example a tv. Befor disconnecting the monitor set up the parameters foryour screen and then take the HDMI cable out.


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A lot of informations can be found on Wikipedia. Here's list of iOS devices with all the specs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_iOS_devices Here's simple MP calculator if You want to know pixel dimensions (it depends on aspect ratio): http://web.forret.com/tools/megapixel_aspect.asp?mp=3,15


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I had the same issue with Windows 7 guest on a MBP 2013 retina display. It was solved for me by unticking the "Automatically adjust user interface size in Windows" checkbox.


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I had this problem on a non-Retina Mac and fixed it by changing the resolution for the root user, then restarting. It seems the root user sets the resolution for the login screen (like how it controls the language and input source).


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The issue relates to the fact that the video is being sent by email and the iPhone will compress the video for this purpose. It is not related to an email server capacity for attachments. Reference here: http://www.ilounge.com/index.php/articles/comments/transferring-videos-from-iphone-4s-to-computer In order for video to be transferred at full resolution, ...


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You are exceeding the maximum capability of your gmail. You should be getting a message like this: Your message has size 99.9 MB, which exceeds 35.9 MB, the maximum allowed by the server. So to send a file size > 35 MB you have to use some web services like Google Drive or other and UPLOAD the file there, then share the link for others to access it ...


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Go to "Settings", then click on "Displays" & change the Resolution to "Best for display", mine was stuck on "Scaled" after I had it hooked up to the TV. Personally, I think 1440x900 looks best on my laptop, but if you click "Scaled" then 1024x640 the general font will get even bigger.


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Here is my configuration: 15" 2014 Macbook Pro Retina Apple 27" Thunderbolt display ASUS PB287Q (4k 28" ASUS monitor) Am only able to get full 4K resolution (3840x2160) by using the HDMI connection directly out of the MBP. Tried Thunderbolt/mini displayport to HDMI adapter and was only able to get 1080p on the ASUS while getting full resolution on the ...


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You are unlikely to be able use the VGA input to go above 1080p But just to make sure follow this answer how to view more Resolutions to try with. MacBook Pro with Retina display (Late 2012) not outputting anything above 1080p Select the monitor in System Preferences: System Preferences -> Displays -> Monitor(not Built-in Display) -> Display Tab -> ...


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I ended up "fixing" it by re-installing OS X on the system disk. Brute force due to lack of success with other methods, but all good now.


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While this might not provide a direct answer to your question, I would be interested in the EDID (Extended display identification data) of that display. Run ioreg -l | grep EDID on terminal to get all the EDIDs listed. Your output then includes one line for each display connected, such as "IODisplayEDID" =<00ffffffffffff000...>. Take the part in ...



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