I have just switched to Ubuntu Budgie on my home server/nas/pc and love that Screen Sharing is a built-in feature. It works great out of the box although I had to disable encryption as mentioned here.
The system is connected to a Lenovo 24" monitor with a native res of 2560x1440. On the monitor everything looks razorsharp but a bit small.
I am logging in on a 13" Macbook Pro 2018, which has a native resolution of 2560x1600 but also supports scaled 1680x1050, 1440x900 and 1024 by 640.
When I login with VNCViewer, everything is very tiny.
How can I log in to my Ubuntu Budgie system via VNCViewer but still have the same resolution/text size as my Macbook normally has? I want Ubuntu to send the native resolution of my macbook (which is almost identical to the Lenovo but the screen is 13" versus 24" Lenovo) but also have everything look just as readable on my Macbook like my normal Macbook desktop.
I tried other resolutions in Ubuntu and setting VNCViewer scaling to 100% or other percentages. But nothing helps.