We have deployed HiDPI support on Insync 3!
You can go to
Preferences by clicking the three dots on the upper right of your Insync app window, go to
App Settings, then set the Zoom settings as shown below.
If this doesn't work for you, you can also follow these steps:
Run this command on your terminal:
QT_AUTO_SCREEN_SCALE_FACTOR=1 insync start
Just in case the font size is too big, run
QT_SCALE_FACTOR=[INTEGER] instead. Then you can adjust
Note: You can add the command to your
~/.bashrc file or equivalent to set this variable automatically.
If this doesn't work, you will need to update
~/.config/autostart/insync.desktop which contains the following:
Exec=env QT_SCALE_FACTOR=3 insync start
Change the integer in
Exec=env QT_SCALE_FACTOR=3 insync start to 1. You can also adjust that number according to your preference.
If the above still doesn't work for you, edit the
/usr/bin/insync script. It should look like this:
#!/bin/bash cd /usr/lib/insync LC_TIME=C exec ./insync "$@"
You can insert the environment variable before the
LC_TIME=C QT_AUTO_SCREEN_SCALE_FACTOR=1 exec ./insync "$@"
LC_TIME=C QT_SCALE_FACTOR=[INTEGER] exec ./insync "$@"
Shoot us an email at email@example.com for any issues!