Productivity tip: bring back the display menu bar icon

I recently discovered ‘Eye-Friendly’ app, the best (if not only) display settings Menu Bar Icon that supports native Retina resolutions.

A keyboard shortcut (ctrl+alt+cmd+arrow up and down) lets you switch between resolutions similar to the use of the cmd+tab shortcut. I use it on my 15″ to switch between native 1920×1200 for workspace and 1440×900 for readability. In the settings I checked the option to only show Eye-Friendly (HiDPI) resolutions.

Website:
www.eye-friendly.com

App store: (€ 4,49)
https://itunes.apple.com/app/eye-friendly/id587769990?mt=12

 

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