On Sun, May 14, 2023 at 11:48:51PM +0100, Klaus Ethgen wrote:
> Am Mo den  8. Mai 2023 um 19:24 schrieb Thomas Adam:
> > On Sun, 7 May 2023 at 09:08, Klaus Ethgen <klaus+f...@ethgen.ch> wrote:
> > > what is the best method to react to resizing displays? Be it on beamer
> > > or in a virtualbox.
> > >
> > > Usually, fvwm does not apply to such an event and need to be restarted.
> > > But this is suboptimal and I would like to find a better solution (even
> > > automatic restart would be better).
> > 
> > In fvwm3, randr support supports this without a restart, but it needs more
> > testing.
> Well, now I experimented a bit with fvwm3.
> It is true that the desktop resize dynamicly. But not the position of
> button box (that I have on the lower right side).
> I also have a problem with icon size in the buttons. I have a screen
> with a very high resolution. Usually I set them with xrandr to 1/4 size
> (half x and half y) but as I also experimented with true type fonts that
> gets correctly resized, I tried the full resulution.
> Long sentences, The problem is, that the icons in FvwmButtons are only
> half size now and only filling a part of their buttons.
> How can I resize them to the correct DPI settings (from xrandr or
> Xresources)?
> Regards
>    Klaus
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I use .Xresources. Also, some programs like smplayer have a setting that
you can adjust to higher DPI to fix the menu and other fonts within that
program. Other programs, such as VLC, I haven't found a fix for, yet.

Chris Bennet

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