Pixel Pal (PART 5) : Data augmentation

Posted on Sat 25 April 2020 in Linux, HiDPI, PixelPal

Pixel Pal is a project I have started whose purpose is to bring new life to old icon themes. Many old icon themes are in raster format and are not available for HiDPI screens (their resolution are too small). Currently the only way to handle old icon themes is to …


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Pixel Pal (PART 4) : Training a model

Posted on Sun 19 April 2020 in Linux, HiDPI, PixelPal

Pixel Pal is a project I have started whose purpose is to bring new life to old icon themes. Many old icon themes are in raster format and are not available for HiDPI screens (their resolution are too small). Currently the only way to handle old icon themes is to …


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Pixel Pal (PART 3) : Measuring model quality

Posted on Sat 11 April 2020 in Linux, HiDPI, PixelPal

Pixel Pal is a project I have started whose purpose is to bring new life to old icon themes. Many old icon themes are in raster format and are not available for HiDPI screens (their resolution are too small). Currently the only way to handle old icon themes is to …


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Pixel Pal (PART 2) : Gathering data for Pixel Pal

Posted on Sat 15 February 2020 in Linux, HiDPI, PixelPal

Pixel Pal is a project I have started whose purpose is to bring new life to old icon themes. Many old icon themes are in raster format and are not available for HiDPI screens (their resolution are too small). Currently the only way to handle old icon themes is to …


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Pixel Pal (PART 1) : Adapting old icon themes for HiDPI screens

Posted on Mon 27 January 2020 in Linux, HiDPI, PixelPal

I am starting a new open source project. The goal of this project is to solve a recurring issue with HiDPI support. The issues is that many old software rely on icon themes in raster format which are not suitable for HiDPI screens. To be more specific various software projects …


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