April 25, 2014
While I am considering it as a bit of overreaction but I 100% agree with the nature of problems defined there.
Chase for silver bullet lead us in the same trap of over-engineered world of abstractions. Or over-abstracted world of engineering? Whatever …
April 12, 2014
Most of applications on Mac OS X use fixed 72 DPI settings despite of all these Retina and other high-DPI monitors. I understand that this is legacy we’ve got from last century. But c’mon, it is 2014 out there …
Even conventional browsers that supposed to handle scaling well by using CSS rules are failing to render simple things like:
<div style="width:3in; width:3in; border:1px solid">
is it 3 inch square?
you will see everything but not 3 inches square here.
I am not getting what’s the problem to implement proper scaling. Here it is in Sciter on Mac:
Screenshot is taken on Mac with Dell UltraSharp U2711 monitor.
April 7, 2014
It is coming:
Sciter on Mac
Core components are in pretty good shape, working on porting public API functions.
sciter-x.h will have all functions that use HWND refactored to use HWINDOW instead, that on Windows will resolve to HWND and on Mac OS X to NSView* (client portion of NSWindow).