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Managed to try Quartz debug in my Mavericks. After enabling HiDPI display mode, I got this in display preferences. Noticed only 960 X 540 (HiDPI) is available. which doubles everything that appears on screen. very nice and crisp looking font and icons are smooth but it is too big for the need. Just double. Is there a way to get a resolution option with ...


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Currently there is no good way to do this and no way to only increase the resolution slightly. If you download Quartz Composer from https://developer.apple.com/downloads/, you can use a HiDPI resolution, which completely doubles the size of everything on your display and uses higher-quality graphics, like the way a Retina MacBook Pro would work. With a 1080p ...


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I have an MBP Retina 15”, too, and I use Chrome (version 36), and everything looks just like it should. There’s no blockiness, nothing is the wrong size, all text is crystal clear, in short: there’s no problem with a Retina MBP and Chrome.


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I am currently working with Google Chrome Canary, and it solves the issue, however it is only a beta and does sometimes crash.


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1440x900 is the native resolution for 15'' non Macbook Pros, and the given (best/default) resolution for 15'' rMBP with the pixel doubling effect taken into account, as it is. The analytics don't distinguish between the two, so the most you can infer from the data is that the most common model is a 15'' Macbook Pro.


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Retina must be supported by the app for it to be displayed in Retina. If the app does not support Retina then the app will not be displayed in Retina. You may be able to force Retina for an app with Retinizer: Retinizer is a small app I wrote that allows apps that aren’t retina ready and are displayed pixelated at 1x to display their UI widgets at ...


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You ABSOLUTELY can do this. The statement on the box is wrong. You can use either two mini-display port to displayport cables, or two Thunderbolt cables. My statement was based on the fact that you can (according to Apple's documentation) run two Thunderbolt monitors on that laptop, and the available resolution on the Thunderbolt cable is clearly capable ...



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