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Volanin writes “I have been using Linux for the last 15 years both at home and at work (mostly GNOME and now Unity). Recently, I gave in to temptation and bought myself a Macbook retina 15″. As you can read around, Linux still has no good support for this hardware, so I am running it inside a virtual machine. Running in scaled 1440×900 makes the Linux fonts look absolutely terrible, and running in true 2880×1800 makes them beautiful, but every UI element becomes so tiny, it’s unworkable. Is there a desktop environment that handles resolution independence better? Linux has had support for SVG for a long time, but GNOME/Unity seems adamant in defining small icon sizes and UI elements without the possibility to resize them.”

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