GTK+ 3.22.3 Brings GL Improvements on Windows, Adds HiDPI Support as Well

GTK+ 3.22.3 has been released on November 7, 2016, and while it’s not a major milestone, it adds a few important changes. For example, starting with this version, there’s support for HiDPI (High Dots Per Inch) displays on Microsoft Windows operating systems, which means that the system’s DPI settings will be respected by all GTK+ apps if you have GTK+ 3.22.3 or later installed. Also for Windows platforms, GTK+ 3.22.3 improves the GL support, allowing the creation of legacy contexts and anti-aliasing. Furthermore, the gtk-demo component received a new demo for displaying and testing of the rendering performance, and it looks like the APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) that’ll be removed in the upcoming GTK+ 4 release have been deprecated.