On 10/14/2010 02:40 AM, Camaleón wrote: > On Wed, 13 Oct 2010 11:34:30 -0500, Paul Johnson wrote: > >> I'm running x.org 7.5 on Debian Testing, on a ThinkPad T400 laptop. For >> some reason, it detects the internal display as 96 DPI, when it's >> actually 107 DPI. What's the best way to let x.org know the internal >> display's actual DPI? > > In GNOME and KDE that setting can be tweaked from "fonts settings" (in > the former) and "user settings/control center" (in the latter). I noticed the "fonts settings" control in GNOME, but this doesn't pass the DPI to other programs that check the system DPI setting, such as Adobe Reader.
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