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With v2.2, we have focused on improving the user experience when using Pupil on high-pixel-density displays. Now, Pupil scales and layouts its content correctly based on the content-scaling factor set in your operating system’s settings.
Support For High-Pixel-Density Displays - #1976
On displays with a high pixel density, content looks much smaller than expected. Operating systems have the option to scale its content appropriately. Until now, Pupil only supported content-scaling on macOS. With this release, we have added support for content-scaling on Windows and Linux as well.
- Better user feedback when
nanvalues - #1974
Deletebuttons for read-only post-hoc calibrations - #1972
- Use a square default eye window aspect ratio, matching the latest default cameras - #1987
Remove Option To Manually Change The Interface Size - #1988
With native support for content scaling on the operating system level, there is no need to scale the UI manually anymore. Therefore, we have removed this feature to further simplify the user interface.
- Fixed non-monotonic progress visualization for post-hoc gaze mapping - #1965
- Fixed flickering on macOS when resetting the window size - #1973
- Fixed an empty side-menu when restarting Capture after using HMD-Eyes - #1979
- Fixed a crash when attempting to log any non-string object - #1980
- Fixed 2D monocular gaze calibration not working - #1983
pyglui v1.28 - #1972
We updated the pyglui dependency to v1.28. On Linux and macOS, you can update with:
pip install -U git+https://github.com/pupil-labs/pyglui
On Windows, please download and install the latest wheel from GitHub.
glfw 3.3 - #1976
We recommend installing the latest
glfw 3.3 release via https://www.glfw.org/download.html.
With the removal of the
Interface Size setting, the
g_pool.gui_user_scale variable has been removed as well. If you draw custom UI content in your plugins without using pyglui, you should now instead use
g_pool.gui.scale to scale the content appropriately for different native display scaling settings.
Removed Legacy Plugin Base Classes - #1971
The following legacy plugin base classes have been removed. All plugins inheriting from them now just inherit from