How to change scaling of Modori

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How to change scaling of Modori

Postby gearhead » 09 May 2020, 18:31

I just got a dsiplay set up and running. Now I need to scale down the display. I'm using the Midori browser. I tried xrandr and that does not work. I tried using
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 midori -p -e Fullscreen -a -e zoomin http://localhost
and that also did not work. I was unable to get any more useful info from help: any help appreciated.

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# DISPLAY=:0.0 midori --help-execute
win-new
quit
win-incognito-new

(midori:20819): GLib-CRITICAL **: 12:29:52.249: g_regex_match_full: assertion 'string != NULL' failed
show-downloads
fullscreen
homepage
bookmark-add
tab-stop-loading
panel
tab-reopen
clear-private-data
find
navigationbar
tab-new
tab-zoom
tab-previous
close
compactmenu
zoomin
print
show-help-overlay
view-source
tab-close
preferences
go-back
goto
about
tab-next
caret-browsing
tab-reload
tab-by-index
show-inspector
go-forward

** (midori:20819): CRITICAL **: 12:29:52.387: session.vala:290: Failed add tab to session database: Invalid type '(null)' in statement:
                INSERT INTO tabs (crdate, tstamp, session_id, uri, title)
                VALUES (:crdate, :tstamp, :session_id, :uri, :title)

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Re: How to change scaling of Modori

Postby gearhead » 10 May 2020, 22:44

So spent a lot of time with no real forward motion. Best I can tell, the scaling functionality of Midori is either gone or no longer works as it did.
I tried -e zoomout and that was not satisfactory. I tried making a midori config and was also unable to get it to work. Works as expected with chromium. I ended up using this line to end the /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc to get it working with chromium:
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sudo -u http /usr/bin/chromium --noerrdialogs --disable-infobars --incognito --force-device-scale-factor=0.8 --kiosk http://localhost/
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