* Rodney Baker <rodney.baker(a)iinet.net.au> [05-25-17 09:05]:
On Thursday, 25 May 2017 6:57:37 ACST Richmond wrote:
Is there a window manager or Desktop Environment
which will correctly
observe full screen mode on the TV-0 screen?
What happens is, I set up my TV-0 to the right of the Laptop display on
the nvidia-settings control panel. Then I can move the browser window
over to it to watch on the TV. But pressing full screen uses the laptop
screen size instead of the TV screen size, and so is way to big.
I don't know the terminology for this, I think it is something like
changing the screen focus. I was able to do it once with some kind of
tiling window manager but don't remember which. I would rather not go to
the trouble of installing a D.E. and then find it doesn't work.
At the moment my options seem to be carefully altering the browser
windows size to match the TV, or using "clone", which makes the laptop
1024x768, which is much lower than its natural resolution.
I am using opensuse 42.2
What DE/Window Manager are you using currently?
and what is the resolution of your laptop display?
fwiw, I use kde/plasma5 and can set my 55" hdmi/tv separately from my 27"
desktop monitor, systemsettings5 -> display and monitor -> displays
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