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>per monitor font scaling
Is this even possible on GNOME/wayland?
I want to set my laptop screen at 100% display scaling & 1.25 font scaling, and my external monitor at 200% display scaling & 1.0 font scaling


>use wayland fractional scaling
programs running on xwayland become blurry
>use X11 xrandr
it upscales and then downscales to the desired scaling ratio, leading to too much CPU/GPU usage, also causes weird slowdowns or crashes in my experience
>use KrashDE
just no
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>>83390561
>>>/lgbt/
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w-why
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>>83390561
A dog



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