Now that I’ve upgraded my Sierra cMP from GT120 to RX 580, I was so eager to “enable GPU Performance” in 2019 CC InDesign. Y'know, the same way I can "enable GPU Performance" in 2019 CC PhotoShop and Illustrator.
Adobe requires an “HiDPI" monitor to be tethered to my cMP/RX...
Hello every one !
I spent hours and hours to get this working but no luck :/
i have an ultra wide SAMSUNG monitor with a max resolution 3440 * 1440 and 100Hz
In windows, i easily can select this resolution and scale the ui by 150% so every thing look very good and crisp.
In Mac, when i...
1) Late 2015 iMac 27" 5K w/ 3.3 GHz Intel Core i5, 32GB RAM, and AMD Radeon R9 M395X 4096 MB
2) LG 27UK600 (which is the exact same panel / monitor as the LG 27UK650 and LG 27UK850) 4K @ 60Hz monitor (released in 2018)
3) Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adaptor, HDMI cable to monitor
Just in case people don't know how to do this... I was trying to find a way to enlarge MacOS on my external 1440p monitor, as all the UI text was a little too small to read comfortably. But do so in a way that didn't result in the blurring that happens when you reduce the monitor resolution.
I currently have a 2015 rMBP, stats here:
MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015)
2.5 GHz Intel Core i7
16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
AMD Radeon R9 M370X 2 GB
I recently purchased an LG 27UD69 4k display and it works fine at 60hz for general use, but if I use any semi-intensive applications (like Sketch...
I am using an old mini mid-2011 sporting Sierra 10.12.5 for app development, and have a newer 4K monitor I'd like to take advantage of.
I purchased this adapter to enable up to 4K 30hz.
This is my first experience with a Mac at these resolutions, and dislike their display preferences.
I use a macbook pro (early 2013) in clamshell mode connected to a Dell U2515H (via displayport). This is a 1440p monitor. As discussed in threads before, it's very hard (/impossible?) to get 720p HiDPI working on MacOS Sierra.
Does anyone know if there is a new fix or method to...
I'm trying to use my 4k tv as an external monitor for my rMBP 15" 2014, and since in 4k text are so small, I would like to enlarge icons and texts but keeping the high dpi.
I tried with switchresx but every hidpi resolution on the list have a warning logo on it and won't work at all.
I recently got my Asus PB287Q (28") and hooked it up with my Macbook pro 13" from mid 2014, due to lack of research prior to the purchase, I was disappointed in finding out that the macbook only supported 4k@30hz, to my surprise.
Still after searching around i managed to run the display...