I am using Wayland fractional scaling. By default it starts in Xwayland and blurry. If I run it with the following command, it is not blurry, but it has no window border. Is this a bug of VS Code itself? Can it be fixed?
code --enable-features=UseOzonePlatform --ozone-platform=wayland
wayland is - in many ways - immature and as such it often cause frustration - there is not much to do other than using the alternative X11
Do you have somewhere the environment variable
Maybe use with
I think Wayland is close to be being usable. At least with GTK apps. It is mostly just apps that use other technologies like QT, Electron, Java, etc, that have problems. I had problems with X11, like screen tearing and no per-screen DPI, etc, so I do not want to go back.
Well, if there currently is no way to fix this, then I can just use it as it is until they finally fix it. I can still press alt+space and invoke the move command.
Try with this command:
code --enable-features=UseOzonePlatform,WaylandWindowDecorations --ozone-platform=wayland
You can also try adding
"window.titleBarStyle": "custom" in your
settings.json file. Similar issue: