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    Welcome navigators,
    Once again there is a problem the size of the screen.

    This time, this problem affects iGO NextGen - and is indicated here: - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    It stems from the fact that the appearance of support xxxhdpi;

    As a reminder:
    ldpi ---- 120 dpi
    mdpi --- 160 dpi
    hdpi --- 240 dpi
    xhdpi --- 320 dpi
    xxhdpi --- 480 dpi
    xxxhdpi --- 640 dpi

    (More on this here - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ])

    The use of standard entries (declaration - eg. dpi = auto) causes the display screen is "small."

    With persistence and inquisitiveness colleagues arimi and apokrifX - solution to the problem was found - Colleagues BIG thank you for your work !!!

    The solution is based on a combination of the declaration (in sys.txt) -
    "base_dpi =" and "dpi =" - to "force" a display of declared density in the base interface of different density.
    Look at the examples: (SAMSUNG NOTE 4 2560x1440, dpi = 640)

    Att.!
    in sys.txt ONLY !!! this declaration's - in [rawdisplay] section:


    Spoiler: Declaration's and screen's


    1. [rawdisplay]
    dpi = auto
    or
    [rawdisplay]
    dpi = 640
    or
    [rawdisplay]
    dpi = 640
    base_dpi = 240

    screen's







    2.
    [rawdisplay]
    dpi = 640
    base_dpi = 240

    screen's



    3.
    [rawdisplay]
    dpi = 640
    base_dpi = 320

    screen's



    4.
    [rawdisplay]
    dpi = 480
    base_dpi = 240

    screen's



    5.
    [rawdisplay]
    dpi= 320
    base_dpi = 120

    screen's



    As you can see - any entry included in point. 1 - does not cause any change in the size of the image.

    Conversely, changing the entries - according to Example 2 - increases the image, 3 - reduction.
    You can see that choosing a combination of entries in the line dpi =, and = base_dpi, - we have great opportunities display settings - in line with our expectations and preferences!

    Similarly behave screens for other devices (with a resolution higher than 1920x1080)
    example - Lenovo Yoga 2 (1920x1200, 320 dpi)


    Spoiler: Screen

    Image Link:

    http://cdn.makeagif.com/media/3-02-2016/KEBpTx.gif



    @ Mate arimi, apokrifX and 4pda - thank you very much for your curiosity and work - chapeau bas!

    PS.
    Doing their own tests - please remember to set in
    Map apperance - Viewpoin - Normal!

    Other settings may distort the picture after changing Viewpoint - and cause excessive zooming in or out.
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    Once again there is a problem the size of the screen.

    This time, this problem affects iGO NextGen - and is indicated here: - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    It stems from the fact that the appearance of support xxxhdpi;
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