High DPI, Windows and wxWidgets 3.1.x

I have noticed that wxpython dev wiki has docs for 4.1.0a1, and as it’s based on wxwidgets 3.1.x, it should have some hiDPI improvements for Windows.

Eventually I am willing to try it out in preview build of my application. Are there any plans to push builds into pypi?

What does it take from app to support highDPI on windows? I’ve checked DPI-related entries from wxwidgets’ full release notes 3.10-3.1.2 and it is not clear.

Yes. No definite timeline yet, but we’ll get it there eventually. I’ll probably do some prerelease builds before the final 4.1.0 release like what was done for 4.0.

This is the most recent discussion about it:


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