--- Comment #4 from David <david.cortes.riv...@gmail.com> ---
(In reply to David from comment #2)
> (In reply to Sebastian Kügler from comment #1)
> > You may not be running the same command, check your .desktop file what
> > parameters it uses, make sure you run that command from the same
> > environment.
> > This is not a source code, but a setup problem, so it doesn't make sense to
> > track it as a software issue. I'm sorry if that sounds disappointing for
> > you, but I'm looking at it from a developer point of view, and in that
> > light, it's not a defect we can fix for you.
> > Thanks for the report, however!
> Nevertheless, isn't it a bug that an application changes the system
> resolution? It happens with all applications that I've tried, and also when
> the entry in the Applications Menu consists of manually adding an entry that
> points to the executable.
Sorry, from this comment, I meant to say: the resolution is NOT changed if I
manually add an entry to the applications menu that just points to the
executable AND then I launch it from the applications menu, whereas it does get
changed when I launch the application by executing the very same executable
file in a terminal.
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