I have Linux on a HiDPI laptop, and after first installing Mathematica, the default font size is far too small:
After searching for a few solutions, this can be fixed by either changing the magnification to 200% (in
Notebook Options -> Display Options -> Magnification), or alternatively doubling the screen resolution in
Formatting Options -> Font Options -> FontProperties -> ScreenResolution. (They seem, as far as I can tell, equivalent?)
Anyway, whichever method I end up choosing, it ends up magnifying another issue: the horizontal width of elements is small than the display width of these elements:
As you can see, some elements start running into each other, or alternatively get cropped by other elements. This issue is already present (though to a lesser extent) in the non-magnified display (you can see that 't' of
Dataset is cropped).
In this particular picture, it is merely an inconvenience, but I am regularly finding a few instances where it is much more severely impacting the legibility of the output. For example:
Has anyone else experienced this issue? And how can I fix it, or at least improve legibility?