The clarity of text in Terminal isn't as critical, as it's not intended for high-resolution fonts, formatting, etc. It's just plain computer text. It would be different if it was a Word document or a web browser or something similar.Right. Makes you wonder why Apple advertises crisp, sharp text. Maybe because we have to look at it?
I didn't ... I figured it would be handled by the OS and terminal it self wouldn't have to be ported.Oh but I do. Nice assumption though.
Of course, I doubt you would think text rendering would be handled differently per app.
I wasn't saying you though that, more of a general comment that I figured you would know that wouldn't be the case.I didn't ... I figured it would be handled by the OS and terminal it self wouldn't have to be ported.
I fully understand why the op would be concerned. It would drive me totally crazy if the terminal didn't support the retina resolution.
Go to the Apple Store, look at the RMBP then look at any other MacBook. You'll walk out with an RMBP because even the RMBP's blocky non-retina updated graphics (Apple's Concierge desktop menu hasn't been updated yet) look better than fuzzy non-retina screen once you see what you could be using.If you spent as much time in the terminal as I did, you would understand how that could stop someone from upgrading.