Weird, I’ve been using 1.2, 1.5 and 2.0 scale with sway (wlroots) for a while now

So, is this announcement for something new? Or this standardizing/stabilising something that has already been working (in potentially a different / non-standard way) so far?

I think this is what I need to make the switch.

@yogthos Hopefully this brings GNOME closer to implementing it too. I’m tired of having no middle ground between doubling the size of everything (and causing screen crunch) and keeping it the same (and needing to squint or lean in to see some things).

☆ Yσɠƚԋσʂ ☆

Yeah that’d be really nice.

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