Re: screen size and projector - more infos
Or whatever the max res the projector supports.
Some don't even do 1024x768.
According to Albert Dengg,
> do you have the model with the 1400x1050 screen?
> if so try to reduce it 1024x768, since most projectors only support
> 1024x768...it happend to a friend of mine to...
> here you can find config file for dual head mode with sepearate screens
> so that you can spezify different resolutions (its for a sis630 with tha
> same resolution internal and external, but its well documentet and you
> should get the idea how to write one...
> I hope it is at least of some help
> On Fri, 17 Oct 2003 13:02:13 +0200
> Martin Wegmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > sorry that I did not specify my model etc.
> > well I am using a T40 IBM, 14" and various projectors (->uni) - I know
> > the Fn-F7 function which starts displaying the screen via a projector.
> > any more infos needed?
> > On Thursday 16 October 2003 17:44, Martin Wegmann wrote:
> > > when using a beamer/projector only a small part of my screen is
> > > displayed on
> > the wall.
> > > It is due to my screen resolution or due to something else?
> > > How do I change the displayed (via projector) screen size?
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