<AWT Dev>  Review request for 8011059 [macosx] Make JDK demos look perfect on retina displays
james.graham at oracle.com
Wed Nov 13 12:18:35 PST 2013
On 11/13/13 11:44 AM, Sergey Bylokhov wrote:
> On 13.11.2013 23:25, Sergey Bylokhov wrote:
>>>>> - The logic in using the transform is also a bit murky. I think if
>>>>> you set the scale on a retina display to exactly 1/2 it would use the
>>>>> HiDPI version even though the scale was 1:1. Since I support not
>>>>> examining the transform there, I'm going to present this as another
>>>>> reason why we should just base it on devScale, but the logic could be
>>>>> fixed if we really plan to use the transform here.
>>>> It also allow to the user to use a transform and a hint and force the
>>>> images to draw the scaled version even to the BufferedImage fo ex.
>>>> can be useful in case of sequential drawing of BI-> BI->retina.
>>> I think you misunderstood me here. I'm not saying anything about the
>>> BI->BI->retina case. I'm saying that even on pure retina your logic
>>> chooses the wrong scale because of mistakes made in examining the
>>> transform state type.
>> No I understood. But a transform of the sg2d already include devScale.
>> This part of the fix was changed from version to version. We could use
>> devScale only, or a transform if it is scaled, or an any transform. If
>> nobody objects, we could use any type of transform.
>> My point about BI1-BI2-retina is that the user cannot control
>> devScale, and so cannot force BI1 to use scaled version. But if we
>> take into account current transform of the SG2D, then user can control
>> that via transform and hint.
> I just realize that hint is not necessary now and can be skip it,
> because we use instanceof anyway(img instanceof MultiResolutionImage).
I'm not sure what hint you are referring to under which conditions?
If you are referring to SunHint and its new values, I agree that it is
mostly redundant now to get the default behavior that developers are
looking for. I thought it was being created to provide a non-public API
for being able to turn off the behavior? (i.e. a "use at your own risk
since this is in sun.*" API)
I think we will support @2x images just fine without it, though...
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