Ok, I've seen lightroom is supposed to work with retina.
It was my understanding that no matter what your resolution was, lightroom would give you actual pixels when using a Retina in the display module in 1:1 mode.
So here's my question
Why does the 1:1 change when I scale resolutions?
1:1 pixels should be the same whether I'm running the display at 1440 px wide, or 1920 px wide because the underlying pixels don't change.
but when I scale the display, it scales the 1:1 display and more or less of the image shows up at 1:1
so how the heck do I get it that it actually displays pixels at 1:1?
When you change the resolution to 1440 you should see black margins. otherwise the display scales the images and lr 1:1 is not correct!
they really should do a better job with other resolution scaling.
MacBooks are now supposed to have resolution independent calls to draw to the screen