Sometimes I need to test my designs (SVGs) in a regular, non-retina display, so I can feel how it looks for users behind such displays. What I normally do is using an old Windows notebook, but it'd be handy if I could do that quickly in my retina MacBook.
As suggested here, I tested the "Open in Low Resolution" option in Get Info:
However, it seems to me that the whole window (in this case, Safari) was blurred, just like as a massive anti-aliasing was applied. It doesn't seem that only the PPI was reduced.
My question is: is there a better way for simulating a non-retina display in my retina MacBook, or is this the best I can get?