Image Viewer doesn't seem to account for DPI settings
I'm running GNOME on a 4k monitor with a 2x scaling setting. I've noticed that the GNOME Image Viewer doesn't seem to account for this DPI setting though. When I have an image open in Image Viewer, a 50% zoom setting shows it at the correct size, while a 100% zoom setting shows it at twice its actual size. It is as though the GNOME Image Viewer is just being automatically scaled along with everything else, and it isn't actually checking the scaling setting and adjusting for it. As a user, I'm expecting images to be shown at the correct sizes, e.g. a 300x300 pixel image should be 300x300 pixels when viewed at 100% zoom.
- OS: Fedora Silverblue 32.
- Image Viewer:
org.gnome.eogFlatpak from Flathub, version 3.36.2.
Steps to reproduce:
- Have a 200% scaling setting in GNOME Settings.
- Open an image in Image Viewer.
- Set the zoom to 100%.
- The image will appear at its actual size.
- The image appears zoomed in, or stretched to twice its actual size.