- Thu Nov 30, 2017 5:30 pm
I think back in the day, on the amiga, you could use the OS to scale the interface of programs, and choose fonts, its a vague memory.
My point is that ideally this sort of thing should be handled by the OS rather than burdening every software team on the planet with another mundane task.
But TBH I've got no idea how hiDPi works or if its a good system, it sounds good in theory at least.
And ofcourse my overall thought was that its much better to buy a physically huge monitor for that kind of resolution, and a bigger mousepad too... and yes a huge monitor will cost more.
One last point in case a dev reads this, please fix the ui in mxed it feels like pulling teeth to make materials, Your software used to be fun to use, quick and responsive, not any more. Its nice that the ok/cancel dialogue gives us a chance to discard the changes, but a proper undo system in mxed would be so much better for that, and so much quicker/pleasant to use.
The rub is that in C4D on my system at least (gtx670), opening mxed disables the update of the screen items underneath, so each dialogue appears to still exist after you close them, its a total headache. Its been like this for several years now. Am I the only one experiencing this?
For archviz I just stick with maxwell2