Hi, I feel like a little stupid, but I need to know if there’s any way to “correct” that issue.
Recently I’ve upgraded my setup with an 4k display. Everything went fine, besides X11 can’t handle odd scaling, but a switch to Wayland will happen once I do a new-install of my system, so on I can live with that BUT there’s an other issue.
It’s about that weird way, a lot of webpages display their content. For a nice example I suggest YouTube, it somehow constricts itself to only 6 columns of displayed content, no fsssss given how wide the resolution offers the content to be displayed.
I uploaded a picture where it shows those 6 columns. I also tried it (just for sake) on a Windows machine and the result was the same. No more than 6 columns, if you zoom in like crazy you get less but never more than 6.
I also went on the hunt of some “special” CSS property to tweak the problem, but I must admit I quite have any clue about web development. I saw this kind of web page styling already on other pages where you couldn’t see any more than a fixed number of columns…so its not a YouTube only “problem”…
So the question is out, does anybody know something to get around that?