having a hdpi framework laptop, I used to enable fractional scaling with the following command:
gsettings set org.gnome.mutter experimental-features “[‘scale-monitor-framebuffer’]”
to be able to activate 125% and 150% in screen settings.
However, after updating to fedora 38, this doesn’t seem to work anymore.
Can you recommend a workaround or another solution?
This should work. I use 200% scaling on my laptop and just tried it out, it worked immediately, I can choose scaling in steps of 25%.
gsettings set org.gnome.mutter experimental-features "['scale-monitor-framebuffer']"
You can try disabling and enabling again. Run this do disable the setting:
gsettings set org.gnome.mutter experimental-features ""
Dear Kevin, thanks a lot ! It actually works in Gnome.
I had installed the Budgie desktop, and strangely it doesn’t work there (beyond 100 or 200%), although it is based on the Gnome desktop as far as I know…
The same at LXQt
LXQt Session Settings → Global Screen Scaling
Scale factor up to 1.99 no impact to font size. Fonts are tiny.
at 2.0 fonts suddenly become huge.
I have the same issue on the newest Fedora 38 with 4k monitor.
Also installed Nvidia drivers not sure if this might play a role.
I need ideas on how to debug this.
GNOME Shell 44.5
Is this the type of visual glitches that you received?
AMD FW 13 Display issues