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    nextgen New: NextGen / Avic - change the image size

    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
    Screenshot 2016 03 02 00 27 12
    Screenshot 2016 03 02 00 27 19
    Screenshot 2016 03 02 00 29 53
    Screenshot 2016 03 02 00 29 59
    Screenshot 2016 03 02 00 33 25
    Screenshot 2016 03 02 00 33 31

    2.
    [rawdisplay]
    dpi = 640
    base_dpi = 240

    screen's
    Screenshot 2016 03 02 00 37 32
    Screenshot 2016 03 02 00 37 38

    3.
    [rawdisplay]
    dpi = 640
    base_dpi = 320

    screen's
    Screenshot 2016 03 02 00 46 37
    Screenshot 2016 03 02 00 46 42

    4.
    [rawdisplay]
    dpi = 480
    base_dpi = 240

    screen's
    Screenshot 2016 03 02 00 49 56
    Screenshot 2016 03 02 00 50 05

    5.
    [rawdisplay]
    dpi= 320
    base_dpi = 120

    screen's
    Screenshot 2016 03 02 00 55 01
    Screenshot 2016 03 02 00 55 06


    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
    KEBpTx


    @ 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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    I think this is very important do add. Be careful when playing with the dpi settings. I tried it on my igo a moment ago and I lost all of my user pois and saved routes I have a copy but from 2 months ago so it will cost me tons of work to make it all back. I don't think I did anything wrong, just changed the dpi values... feel quite irritated now...

    I don't know why IGO behaved like that so make sure you copy your save folder before making any resolution changes.
    Last edited by PawelCX; 1st January 2019 at 02:51 PM.

 

 

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