#1097 Hi-DPI "Retina" graphic support


I use a MacBook Pro with Retina display and I would love to see support for HiDPI graphics in order to improve the look of the app. Non-optimized apps look significantly blurry on the display. Not a major issue, of course, but worth noting.


  • Kissaki

    Kissaki - 2013-05-11

    How would one do that?
    Is it just images and icons you have to adjust?

  • Mikkel Krautz

    Mikkel Krautz - 2013-05-11


    This is mostly an issue of upgrading to Qt 5 and various small fixes here and there (ensuring all icons are SVG, also the ones we use programatically - ConfigDialog icons on OS X, for example).

  • Darren Shepard

    Darren Shepard - 2013-10-15

    If you add this to the app's Info.plist it fixes the text. The images still look low-res however.


  • - 2014-01-02

    I can't believe this simple function has not been implemented yet.

    • Kissaki

      Kissaki - 2014-01-02

      If it is so simple to you, please provide a pull request on github we may simply and easily merge if it fits. That would be the fastest way to get it implemented.

      • Kissaki

        Kissaki - 2014-01-02

        If you’re talking about Darrens suggestion rather then this entire feature request, I have no idea and no possibility to test the implications of those changes - so I can not do them. And its similar for others of us.

  • Ryan Turcotte

    Ryan Turcotte - 2014-02-06

    I'll add my voice to this feature request. I game on a Surface Pro 2 (with a second monitor) and the 10" high-dpi, 1920x1080 display makes the chat text very hard to read.

    Some method of scaling text size would be appreciated. I'm not sure if Mumble has a skin that would help--but I haven't found one.

  • Josh Howard

    Josh Howard - 2017-04-18

    Created an account just so I could bump this. A scaleable or manualy set DPI would be nice. I am using 2 1080p monitors and 1 4 k display. As soon as I move mumble to my 1080p display it looks blown up or shurnk down. I have tried telling windows to ignore DPI scale for this application and that makes it look terrible. I know that I can hold control and scroll but that doesnt help with things like the button scaling. Open to Ideas.


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