On Monday 28 August 2006 10:05, Jonathan Horne wrote: > On Monday 28 August 2006 08:40, newsmaster wrote: > > Jonathan Horne wrote in msgid: > > <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > > > > > On Monday 28 August 2006 07:44, newsmaster wrote: > > >> Jonathan Horne wrote in msgid: > > >> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > > >> > > >> > well, i finally got it to render at 1680x1050, but the size of my > > >> > desktop is fixed at about 1.5" outside the physical size of the lcd > > >> > (and about 3/8" top > > >> > and bottom). ive dont quite a bit of googling, and i am now trying > > >> > to figure out if there is a way to constain or shrink the desktop > > >> > down, so that i will be at the edges of my screen? > > >> > > >> Did you try "xvidtune" ? It is disigned for that purpose. > > > > > > i did, but i couldnt outwardly figure out what i was looking at. when > > > i go tot he xvidtune page tho, it says its for XFree86... will it till > > > work properly for xorg? > > > > Yes, for me its works very well with Xorg. > > I bought me a new IIyama lcd screen and I had to add manually > > some new mode-lines. You can extrapolate from the existing ones. > > Then xvidtune makes the finishing touch. Press on "show" and replace > > the mode-line with the output of xvidtune. > > when you click the narrower and shorters (etc) buttons, shouldnt the > display be obeying these buttons? if so, im at a loss, as when i click > them back and forth, nothing happens. > > ill try again, >
problem solved. got an nvidia 7300GS. as little changing the driver and vendor name, and the next startx i was at the proper resolution and refresh rate. sorry intel! cheers, jonathan _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"