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Wow, Chrome is disgusting!

ithehappy

Human Spambot
Well I was surfing net and thought lets connect the laptop to the TV and I did, was surfing with Chrome, like any kids do :lol: but I was shocked! I mean look at the fonts. It looked like someone painted quality mud on the webpages! So fcuking blurry! Wha the hell :-o Then just to check used IE (11), and even installed Mozilla, and they all look fine and sharp. I mean the TV is just 1080p, so why fonts look so bad in Chrome? On my WXGA laptop screen it looks okay? PPI a factor? If so it should be applied for Mozilla and IE too.
What a shame!

Chrome:
ZaFXtZP.jpg

IE:
P4wc9UG.jpg

Mozilla:
vfvy9Yu.jpg
 

Gollum

Collector
Well I was surfing net and thought lets connect the laptop to the TV and I did, was surfing with Chrome, like any kids do :lol: but I was shocked! I mean look at the fonts. It looked like someone painted quality mud on the webpages! So fcuking blurry! Wha the hell :-o Then just to check used IE (11), and even installed Mozilla, and they all look fine and sharp. I mean the TV is just 1080p, so why fonts look so bad in Chrome? On my WXGA laptop screen it looks okay? PPI a factor? If so it should be applied for Mozilla and IE too.
What a shame!

Chrome:
ZaFXtZP.jpg

IE:
P4wc9UG.jpg

Mozilla:
vfvy9Yu.jpg
I don't know what you did but chrome works fine for me. HD 3D 2D anyD
 

AbhMkh

Ambassador of Buzz
Well I was surfing net and thought lets connect the laptop to the TV and I did, was surfing with Chrome, like any kids do :lol: but I was shocked! I mean look at the fonts. It looked like someone painted quality mud on the webpages! So fcuking blurry! Wha the hell :-o Then just to check used IE (11), and even installed Mozilla, and they all look fine and sharp. I mean the TV is just 1080p, so why fonts look so bad in Chrome? On my WXGA laptop screen it looks okay? PPI a factor? If so it should be applied for Mozilla and IE too.
What a shame!

Chrome:
ZaFXtZP.jpg

IE:
P4wc9UG.jpg

Mozilla:
vfvy9Yu.jpg

Putting "Miracast" to use are we now :)
 

xSF

Assembly Line is stuck.
Just type about:flags in chrome adress bar, and then disable/enable HiDPI support..
 

xSF

Assembly Line is stuck.
The reason is because, @OP is using windows DPI scaling. Chrome does not respond well to windows DPI scaling. Either turn it off, or change the HiDPI scaling options in about:flags
 

xSF

Assembly Line is stuck.
thats a pretty bada$$ thing!!

nice! thanks :)

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@OP: its working fine here too. :p

Yea, I had to figure that out when I used Windows on a virtual machine on a MacbookPro retina display, when I used custom DPI scaling.
 
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