Description of problem:
I have a MacBook11,3 and have Fedora 20 with gnome-classic (non classic has the same problem).
Currently if I attach a second Monitor to my MacBook all Applications that use HDPI are oversized on the second monitor, so the second monitor could only be used to view non HDPI applications.
Currently if i drop a window from monitor with hdpi to a monitor without hdpi the window should smoothly change his size.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
20 (i think this is the first one which includes HDPI)
Have a HDPI Monitor and a non HDPI monitor connected to a device which could use HDPI (like a macbook) and now move windows between the monitors
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Get a device with HDPI
2. Connect a second monitor without hdpi
3. Move Windows between the two monitors
Window is way too big on the non HDPI monitor
window gets resized on the second monitor
currently this seems to be a gnome bug since i think HDPI will getting scaled by the gnome-shell or the gnome window composer.
Oh and btw. its really hard to work like that. since gnome windows on the non hdpi monitor are totally oversized and will
Here is a picture: http://i.imgur.com/SsU6lnq.png
Currently image to big to poste directly ;)
Oh and also the mouse pointer is wrong, too.
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