I just started a new job and they gave me a new Macbook Pro with Retina. I'm accustomed to designing all of my website mockups at 72dpi, but when I open any of their already designed files, they're super small on the Retina screen. I have to plug in a non-retina external monitor just to work with the files.
What can I do to work on the much more beutiful Retina screen? For new files moving forward, should I be setting up my documents at twice the resolution or size? I can't find any clear answers online.
Use 200% zoom?
That definitely makes the mockup large enough to work in, but all of the text and images are more blurry and pixely than on standard monitors. That can't possibly be what Adobe expects people to do is it?