ANDROID: Bigger Modern Themes to avoid pixelation when stretched
|Reported by:||LukasThyWalls||Owned by:||sev-|
|Version:||Keywords:||GUI, Stretch, Modern Theme|
Mobile: Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite
Android: 10 QKQ1-190828.002 (2020-12-01) - MIUI 126.96.36.199
Screen: 2340x1080 pixels
ScummVM: 2.3.0git12007-g0d19ddfd44 (Jan 26 2021 06:14:28) and 2.2.1pre (Both ARM64).
The GUI in Android with all variants of modern themes looks very pixelated when are stretched. Looks like the original size of the GUI (which is revealed when used "Center" option in Stretch Mode) is the issue, what is 513x240. Classic theme is not affected, surely because the design is more flat, pixel perfect than the Modern themes what make more noticiable the stretching and pixelisation.
Maybe i'm wrong, but it's an enhancement because it gave me the impression it is like that because the theme got "old" trying to maintain a bigger size for the buttons because in mobile is needed like that for usability, and as the desktop version of the theme, the buttons are in a fixed size. However, the buttons, text and background can be bigger and look more crisp with the same look and usability.
"Filter Graphics" option fixes this a little bit, but give a "washed-out" look to all GUI.
I'm uploading all screenshots of all options used, to show the actual aspect in my phone.
Thanks in advance.
Change History (9)
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|Summary:||Bigger Modern Themes to avoid pixelation when stretched → ANDROID: Bigger Modern Themes to avoid pixelation when stretched|