Commit b85362b5 authored by o9000's avatar o9000

Update doc and changelog

parent 03675b15
2018-01-15 master
- Fixes:
- Proper fix for issue #688
- Fix bad word wrapping (issue #693)
- Enhancements:
- Preliminary high DPI support
2017-12-30 16.1
- Fixes:
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......@@ -387,6 +387,7 @@ gradient_id_pressed = 2
Example:</li>
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<li><p><code>scale_relative_to_dpi = integer</code> : If set to a non-zero value, HiDPI scaling is enabled. Each panel is visible on a different monitor. Thus each panel has a specific scaling factor. The scaling factor is computed as the ratio between the monitor DPI (obtained from the dimensions in pixels and millimeters from RandR) and a configured reference DPI - this is the DPI for which exising user configs looked normal, for backward compatibility.</p></li>
<li><p><code>scale_relative_to_screen_height = integer</code> : Similar to <code>scale_relative_to_dpi</code>, except the scaling factor is computed as the ratio between the monitor height and <code>scale_relative_to_screen_height</code>. The effect is cumulative with <code>scale_relative_to_dpi</code>, i.e. if both options are present, the factors are multiplied.</p></li>
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<pre class="highlight plaintext"><code># The panel's width is 94% the size of the monitor, the height is 30 pixels:
panel_size = 94% 30
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......@@ -345,6 +345,8 @@ Example:
.RE
.IP \(bu 2
\fB\fCscale_relative_to_dpi = integer\fR : If set to a non\-zero value, HiDPI scaling is enabled. Each panel is visible on a different monitor. Thus each panel has a specific scaling factor. The scaling factor is computed as the ratio between the monitor DPI (obtained from the dimensions in pixels and millimeters from RandR) and a configured reference DPI \- this is the DPI for which exising user configs looked normal, for backward compatibility.
.IP \(bu 2
\fB\fCscale_relative_to_screen_height = integer\fR : Similar to \fB\fCscale_relative_to_dpi\fR, except the scaling factor is computed as the ratio between the monitor height and \fB\fCscale_relative_to_screen_height\fR\&. The effect is cumulative with \fB\fCscale_relative_to_dpi\fR, i.e. if both options are present, the factors are multiplied.
.RE
.PP
.RS
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......@@ -281,6 +281,8 @@ gradient_id_pressed = 2
* `scale_relative_to_dpi = integer` : If set to a non-zero value, HiDPI scaling is enabled. Each panel is visible on a different monitor. Thus each panel has a specific scaling factor. The scaling factor is computed as the ratio between the monitor DPI (obtained from the dimensions in pixels and millimeters from RandR) and a configured reference DPI - this is the DPI for which exising user configs looked normal, for backward compatibility.
* `scale_relative_to_screen_height = integer` : Similar to `scale_relative_to_dpi`, except the scaling factor is computed as the ratio between the monitor height and `scale_relative_to_screen_height`. The effect is cumulative with `scale_relative_to_dpi`, i.e. if both options are present, the factors are multiplied.
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# The panel's width is 94% the size of the monitor, the height is 30 pixels:
panel_size = 94% 30
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