Closed Bug 818935 Opened 9 years ago Closed 8 years ago
DPI] Download Manager file icons are disproportionately large
163.18 KB, image/jpeg
63.87 KB, image/png
71.58 KB, image/png
999 bytes, patch
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User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:19.0) Gecko/20121204 Firefox/19.0 Build ID: 20121204042015 Steps to reproduce: Set Windows to a DPI higher than 96. Download some files. Open the Download Manager if it isn't already. Actual results: Observe that the icons are much bigger relative to font sizes and other UI elements. (In other words, icon pixel sizes are scaling proportionate to the *square* of the DPI scale.) Expected results: Icons should scale proportionately. I figure icon sizes from Windows are being interpreted as px units instead of device pixels.
Reproduced on the 12/10 Nightly, on Windows 7 64bit.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Component: Untriaged → Downloads Panel
Ever confirmed: true
This is not the panel
Component: Downloads Panel → Download Manager
Product: Firefox → Toolkit
The only problem I see @ 192 is other icons too small.
We need to do a better job of using the appropriate resolution if it is available. We are currently scaling up a lower resolution icon in some cases.
What do we have to do in these cases? I sense the patch might be a pretty simple moz-icon change, but I'm not sure.
This is a simple fix, actually. We just need to ensure the icon is always displayed at the proper size (in terms of CSS pixels), so that the larger icons we get on a hidpi system are used to provide better resolution, not simply rendered at a larger physical size (with blurry, upscaled pixels).
Attachment #729754 - Flags: review?(jmathies)
I see this method still producing less-than-perfect results if devPixelsPerPx doesn't match the platform's scale. (But it's a step in the right direction.) Ideally, Fx would fetch the raw .ico and run it through the new media fragment parser from Bug 419588.
(In reply to Greg Edwards from comment #8) > I see this method still producing less-than-perfect results if > devPixelsPerPx doesn't match the platform's scale. FWIW, I suspect many things will be less-than-perfect in that scenario. We should be (strongly) discouraging people from messing with devPixelsPerPx, and focus on making the browser work correctly (and look good) by default.
Target Milestone: --- → mozilla22
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 8 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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