KDE & Qt Applications and High DPI Displays with Scaling

What is a High DPI Display? In the past, most displays had (or the OS pretended to have) around 96 PPI, more or less. If you differed a bit and had too small/large UI elements, you mostly just resized your default font size a bit and were kind of happy. In the last years, more and more displays arise that have a much higher PPI values, which allows for e. [Read More]
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Qt Creator 4.9 uses KSyntaxHighlighting

As you can read in the official Creator 4.9.0 release announcement, Qt Creator now uses the KSyntaxHighlighting Framework for providing the generic highlighting. This is a nice step for the wider adoption of this MIT licensed part of the KDE Frameworks. And this is not just an one-way consumption of our work. The framework got actively patches back that make it more usable for other consumers, too, like Kate ;=) [Read More]
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