Re: [debian-x] A small question
Thanks - I didn't relise that it did that now in my smaller resolutions
did the pan and scan thing
Oh well I will have to play with the fonts and stuff so I can use it
* Seth Arnold (email@example.com) wrote:
> Gorden, I have a suggestion; while I have 1600x1200 in my Modes line, I
> also run 1600x1200 all the time. So, I can't say one way or another if
> this will work.
> But, if I were a programmer at XFree86, I would start up in the first
> resolution listed with a desktop that size. Resolution changes downward
> would use a virtual desktop, resolution changes upward would increase
> (temporarily) the screen resolution.
> So, try putting 1600x1200 at the end of your Modes list.
> If that doesn't work, there is a Virtual entry in the display
> subsection. Full details are in XF86Config(5) (well, some details. Full
> details are in the source code. :) It might be able to help you. :)
> * Gordon Heydon <firstname.lastname@example.org> [000930 18:07]:
> > Hello,
> > First off I would like to thank Branden for all the great work he is
> > doing.
> > Secound I am having a little problem. I doing think it is a problem with
> > the packages but more of a configuration problem.
> > When I put the more "1600x1200" into my list of mode lines I get as
> > expected 1600x1200 except that in all other resulutions I get a
> > 1600x1200 screen size on a what ever resolution screen, the screen then
> > does a pan and scan of the 1600x1200 area.
> > I don't use 1600x1200 that offen but I do like to have it there without
> > having to edit my XF86Config nd restart my X Server everytime.
> > Thanks in advance
> > Gordon.
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