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Zeno Pelgrims asked ·

Kick OSX retina scaling

Is it possible to turn off the retina scaling for kick? Right now it scales the window which results in a blurry preview of the render. I use kick a lot for shader development, would be great if this could be fixed.

Or is there a way to turn the scaling off externally that I'm not aware of?

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https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/55486/how-do-i-disable-scaling-for-specific-apps-on-retina-macbook-pro

You could disable Scaling for all apps, but there isn't a way to disable for just kick (because kick isn't a ".app")

If I find out more, I'll post an update

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