On 2013-06-21 07:51 (GMT+0200) Raymond Wooninck composed:
Felix Miata wrote:
> It definitely does more than nothing in Fedora
19's current implementation.
> I expect first instance on new installation (empty ~/.kde)(at least) to
> open according to xorg.conf specifications. In F19's 4.10.4, PreferredMode
> is overridden by EDID's supposed ideal (CRT) mode.
Which xorg.conf, if I may ask ?
Any one which can reverse globally-forced 96 DPI before KDM ever accepts its
first login. :-)
e.g., one based on http://fm.no-ip.com/Share/DisplaySize
Looking at my installation I do not have any
xorg.conf and as far as I know this became obsolete with one of the later
What's obsolete is its universal necessity, not its supported availability.
I do have xorg.conf.d which contains the settings for
mouse, synaptics, etc. But I do not have any screen setting in there.
Probably most people with average or better eyesight can manage with what
automagic provides. The problem is it can be much harder or even impossible
for people faced with too small GUI text to make it big enough than the other
What was the version of KScreen included in F19 ?
The one I uninstalled was reported by yum.log as 0.0.92-1.fc19, which had
been installed 06 May.
The official 1.0 was only
released last week, so I wonder if this wasn't resolved already.
I'd like to know, but in light of my current backlog of todos, personal
investigation in the foreseeable future will not be a priority.
Kscreen for openSUSE will only be delivered with KDE
4.11 and this combination
is currently available in KDE:Distro:Factory.
This kind of answer is what I was looking for by starting this thread. :-)
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