#1
Hey guys! Not sure if this belongs here but I'll risk it. I just upgraded to the new macbook pro with retina display this christmas and installed my (100% legal) copy of Guitar Pro 6. I was horrified to see that the display is extremely pixelated, anyone else has this problem? I initially had trouble installing it (updater would quit consistently) so maybe something went wrong there. Im uploading a picture of the screen here. Thanks!

http://tinypic.com/r/2ljqhso/5

EDIT: The picture doesn't look that bad, but it is lol
Last edited by Debml at Jan 4, 2014,
#2
Bloom settings are too high.
[img]http://i.imgur.com/LYZyCdp.gif[/img]


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#3
I have a retina macbook pro too and some programs just don't have support for retina screen resolution. We are going to have to deal with it until it is patched. I remember Microsoft Office looked horrible when I first got it but thankfully Microsoft eventually added support for retina displays and it looks great now. Every program on my computer now has retina support, it is just a matter of waiting
#4
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I have a retina macbook pro too and some programs just don't have support for retina screen resolution. We are going to have to deal with it until it is patched. I remember Microsoft Office looked horrible when I first got it but thankfully Microsoft eventually added support for retina displays and it looks great now. Every program on my computer now has retina support, it is just a matter of waiting


This, basically.

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#6
^^^ hahaha you'd be surprised! The text -or anything for that matter- isn't correctly scaled by the display in this case. Thanks for the answers Hope Arobas updates that soon