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Letzte Änderung am 2006-08-12 02:27:30 von Richard

Erweiterungen:
Input in the file /etc/X11/XF86Config-4, the appropriate line for your maximum resolution (without scrolling): Look for the line:
 Sub Section "Display"
Then put in the line the correct depth of colour (the ones used are indicated as DefaultColorDepth?=xy before the first Sub Section "Display"). Your values e.g.: %%Depth 16


Löschungen:
Input in the file /etc/X11/XF86Config-4, the appropriate line for your maximum resolution (without scrolling): Look for the line:
 Sub Section "Display"
Then put in the line the correct depth of colour (the ones used are indicated as DefaultColorDepth?=xy before the first Sub Section "Display"). Your values e.g.: %% Depth 16



Editiert am 2006-08-12 02:27:03 von Richard

Erweiterungen:
End Sub Section%% Here the maximum resolution is 1024x768.

Löschungen:
End Sub Section%%
Here the maximum resolution is 1024x768.



Editiert am 2006-08-12 02:26:42 von Richard

Erweiterungen:
Input in the file /etc/X11/XF86Config-4, the appropriate line for your maximum resolution (without scrolling): Look for the line:
 Sub Section "Display"
Then put in the line the correct depth of colour (the ones used are indicated as DefaultColorDepth?=xy before the first Sub Section "Display"). Your values e.g.: %% Depth 16


Löschungen:
Input in the file /etc/X11/XF86Config-4, the appropriate line for your maximum resolution (without scrolling):
Look for the line:
 Sub Section "Display"
Then put in the line the correct depth of colour (the ones used are indicated as DefaultColorDepth?=xy before the first Sub Section "Display"). Your values e.g.: %% Depth 16



Editiert am 2006-08-12 02:26:09 von Richard proofing

Erweiterungen:
Changing Resolution

In order to change the resolution in KDE, there is the very simple sequence: Ctl+Alt+"-" and Ctl+Alt+"+", which changes the resolution down and up through the next possible lower or higher settings. * Use the "+" and "-" keys on the numerical pad.

If that does not help, the necessary settings must be input in the /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file. Never put a setting higher than your screen can deal with, otherwise the Desktop does not fit on the screen. (Note: One can force this effect; called Virtual Desktop which offers more pixels than the screen can display. So one example is 1280x1024 pixel big, and one looks at it through the tube (of the physical monitor) as by a looking port, and thus sees a portion in each case (e.g., 1024x768). One shifts this cutout on the full 1280x1024 points, by going with the mouse to the edge of screen. It is a funny effect, but I doubt whether it is really very practical.

Input in the file /etc/X11/XF86Config-4, the appropriate line for your maximum resolution (without scrolling):
Look for the line:
 Sub Section "Display"
Then put in the line the correct depth of colour (the ones used are indicated as DefaultColorDepth?=xy before the first Sub Section "Display"). Your values e.g.:
 Depth     16 
Modes "1024x768" "800x600" "640x480" 
# If you wants a virtual Desktop, remove the number sign in the following line
# Virtual 1280 1024
End Sub Section

Here the maximum resolution is 1024x768.

*Note: The resolutions, which can be selected with Ctl+Alt+ "+/-", are those, which were indicated as Modes (as mentioned above)!


Löschungen:
Changing Resolution
In order to change the resolution in KDE, there in the first place very simple possibility: "ctl" & "alt" & "-" or "ctl & alt" & "+" the resolution changes upward into the next possible lower or higher setting. * Use for this the "+" and/or "-" keys on the numerical pad..
If that does not help, the necessary settings must be inputted in the /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file. Never put a setting higher than your screen can deal with, otherwise the Desktop does not fit on the screen. (Note: One can force this effect; that is called then virtual Desktop and offers more pixels, than the screen can display. So one is for example 1280x1024 pixel big, and one looks at it through the tube (of the physical monitor) as by a looking hole, thus sees a part in each case (e.g. 1024x768 points). One shifts this cutout on the full 1280x1024 points, by going with the mouse to the edge of screen. If a funny effect is, but I doubt whether it is really very practical).
Input in the file /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 the appropriate line with your maximum resolution (without scrolling):
Look for the line:
:code:Sub Section "Display":code:
Then put in the line the correct depth of colour (the ones used are indicated as DefaultColorDepth?=xy before the first Sub Section "Display"). Your values e.g.:
:code:
Depth 16
      1. "1024x768" "800x600" "640x480" # If you wants a virtual Desktop, remove the number sign in the following line # Virtual 1280 1024
End Sub Section
:code:
Here the maximum resolution is with 1024x768
* Note: The resolutions, which can be selected with "ctl"+"alt"+"+/-", are those, which were indicated as Modes (as mentioned above)!



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Changing Resolution

In order to change the resolution in KDE, there in the first place very simple possibility: "ctl" & "alt" & "-" or "ctl & alt" & "+" the resolution changes upward into the next possible lower or higher setting. * Use for this the "+" and/or "-" keys on the numerical pad..

If that does not help, the necessary settings must be inputted in the /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file. Never put a setting higher than your screen can deal with, otherwise the Desktop does not fit on the screen. (Note: One can force this effect; that is called then virtual Desktop and offers more pixels, than the screen can display. So one is for example 1280x1024 pixel big, and one looks at it through the tube (of the physical monitor) as by a looking hole, thus sees a part in each case (e.g. 1024x768 points). One shifts this cutout on the full 1280x1024 points, by going with the mouse to the edge of screen. If a funny effect is, but I doubt whether it is really very practical).

Input in the file /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 the appropriate line with your maximum resolution (without scrolling):

Look for the line:

:code:Sub Section "Display":code:

Then put in the line the correct depth of colour (the ones used are indicated as DefaultColorDepth?=xy before the first Sub Section "Display"). Your values e.g.:

:code:
Depth 16
      1. "1024x768" "800x600" "640x480" # If you wants a virtual Desktop, remove the number sign in the following line # Virtual 1280 1024
End Sub Section
:code:

Here the maximum resolution is with 1024x768

* Note: The resolutions, which can be selected with "ctl"+"alt"+"+/-", are those, which were indicated as Modes (as mentioned above)!
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