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By pibach, Senior Member on 31st July 2014, 10:46 AM
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Originally Posted by clandestino123

Guys, I seem to be failing at the final hurdle.

How do I set, for example, chrome to 400 dpi?

In "app settings" under chrome, I can see dpi = 0 ....if I enter "400", hit save and relaunch....nothing happens?! Chrome looks the same as before.

Help please!

You have to close out chrome before the changes will be seen! I usually just clear my open apps and this does the trick
 
 
Today, 11:27 AM |#42  
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You have to close out chrome before the changes will be seen! I usually just clear my open apps and this does the trick

thanks mate. The problem was actually to do with me using framework v4, which is not compatible with alpha4 (framework v5 is necessary.)

Anyway.... what I'm seeing is that whilst the dpi in the chrome menus has changed (bookmarks, address bar, etc) - in the web pages, it is unchanged?!! Facebook on chrome still looks just as tiny as before!!!

Am I doing something wrong? What do I need to change in "app settings" other than setting the dpi to 400?
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