Best approach for unreadably small fonts on small high resolution screens?
I just installed Slackware-current 64 on my new Asus Zenbook UX21A last night (goodbye and good riddance, Windows 8!). This ultrabook has a 1920x1080 native resolution on an 11.6" screen, so of course everything is REALLY small.
To make my console fonts readable so I could set everything up, I appended "video=640x400" to the lilo config. That makes my eyes feel better, but I am not sure it is the *right* way to handle it.
Also, for inside X, I could go through and change the size of all the fonts, but is that also the appropriate way to deal with this? I am wondering if there is a better way I do not know about.
How are others dealing with issues like this on the newer small high resolution screens?
Any thoughts or information would be welcome.