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We then connected a Dell XPS 15 latest and in the 4k was very similar to my retina macbook, when connecting the macbook, it's blurrier and if I select full res, then everything is very small. I went to Apple Store and tried a 27 thunderbolt monitor and it was displaying the same way as from a mac mini, using the same thunderbolt cable, which in fact was no way near my retina display.
Now am I maybe expecting too much after using for more than a 2 years only my retina macbook screen, in there I cannot see a single pixelation, 0. Run a system report from the apple menu About this mac. Check if it says Television: Yes. This is long standing bug that Apple refuses to fix and that is not simple to work around.
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Thunderbolt is taken as DisplayPort. I did try that script but haven't seen much of an improvement afterwards and I removed it. I didn't check if the Television: Yes changes though. Could try again. I think I'm just spoiled by Retina res as an Apple display with thunderbolt was also not up to my expectations.
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I've tried that script on my LG 34UM95 also x but visually it did nothing. I think it looks great as is, but you may be too used to Retina displays. Take a picture of the display sufficiently well lit that you can see the pixels and we could perhaps tell you what could be wrong. Some detailed images with 1 pixel wide lines etc could be good.
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Test patterns. Have you tried attaching anything else? Also, as a reminder, everything non-retina looks a bit blurry after using a retina display for a while. Yeah at its best it'll still be worse than a retina display sharpness wise. If it's not that or the color space thing then the only other thing I can think of is that some screens use a different sub pixel pattern that completely screws with sub pixel text antialiasing.
Well the macbook has ppi and this monitor in all it's greatness is around ppi. STILL, when I connected this macbook to a 4k monitor it looked like crap while a windows machine was great. Web text looks like crap Windows uses a different method of text rendering, it's sharper but also accurate in terms of font rendering. I've seen similar performance in the 27 apple display, only the 5k matches my macbook display. I'm using the monitor a little back. What does the text smoothing setting show in System Prefs?
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At some point a while back I think they changed it to a checkbox for "best for display" or something. Would be fine in theory, except it seemed to only do sub pixel font AA for Apple displays, and nothing for third party ones not sure if that's changed though. There's some defaults write terminal trick to set the font AA setting manually, gotta restart apps or logout to get it to apply everywhere: defaults -currentHost write -globalDomain AppleFontSmoothing -int 2 The setting is 0 to 3, I'm guessing you're seeing 0, while are light to strongest the old settings , but that's off the top of my head.
It's just LCD smoothing in general settings. I did try your terminal command but not a noticeable difference.
I will just recommend people with Retina displays to go with the mac to a shop and try them first! Hello, same problem, only with font text. Pretty disappointed ATM. All menu and text were super blurry in the native resolution. Font smoothing didn't help, but then I changed the Refresh rate to 30Hz Default for display mode x and all the fonts are crisp now.
Not sure it this pertains to the blurry issues in this thread, but I thought I'd post it. I had what sounds like a similar issue with a couple of Dell displays when I upgraded to Mojave. Most things looked fine, but text was nearly illegible.
Unfortunately, there are no longer controls to change these settings manually. Using the script linked in the post, I created EDID override files, and then copied them into the appropriate folders while booted into recovery mode to get around SIP restrictions. With those overrides in place, text is much better. And from there I played with the system antialiasing settings to get things back to looking like they should. I use this monitor as my daily driver. Using these makes a world of difference to me. If prompted with a User Account Control message, click Continue.
Click the Driver tab, and then click the Update Driver button. Select Search automatically for updated driver software to have Windows search the computer and the Internet for the latest driver software,. If you have a driver disc, select Browse my computer for driver software.
Click Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.
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Type the drive letter in the Copy manufacturer's files from field. In the Local File window, double-click the folder name that contains the monitor driver. Click Next , and then click Finish to change the driver. The monitor should operate at 60Hz. Download and install monitor definitions for older CRT monitors in Windows 95, 98, Me, and XP Use the following steps to download and install monitor files that were originally produced for CRT monitors designed to work with Windows 95 and To download the software, click the following link: HP Monitorh.
Figure : File Download window. Figure : Security Warning window. Figure : Monitor INF file window. The window automatically closes when the installation is complete. Use the next section "Manually selecting a monitor driver in Windows 98, Me, and X," to complete monitor setup. In Windows 98 and Me, right-click the My Computer icon on the desktop,. In Windows XP, click the Hardware tab.
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Then click the Device Manager button. Right-click the monitor listed under Monitors and click Properties. If more than one monitor is listed, delete them all, one at a time, and restart the computer. Repeat Step 1 through 3, opening Device Manager each time. Click the Driver tab, and then click Update Driver. Select Install from a list or specific location or Specify the location of the driver. Click Next. Select Don't search Click Next , and then click Finish. In Windows XP, remove the check from Show compatible hardware.
Click Hewlett-Packard from the list of manufacturers. Then click your monitor name in the model list. Figure : Hardware Update Wizard. Click Finish after Windows installs the necessary files. Select a location. Europe, Middle East, Africa. Asia Pacific and Oceania. Select a language.