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What resolution do you use to run KDE?


Posted by  on Sep 25 2002

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1600x120014%14%14% 14%
1280x102433%33%33% 33%
1024x76847%47%47% 47%
800x6004%4%4% 4%
640x4801%1%1% 1%
A REALLY small monitor1%1%1% 1%
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 none of the above

 
 by AGran on: Oct 1 2002
 
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KDE runs on 2048*768 un a 15"TFT and a 17" CRT.
Works pretty well with xinerama, the support in KDE is quite buggy, though (As of KDE 3.0.3, Kontextmenus,and Textfield-autocompletiotion apper an the wrong monitor sometimes.)


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 Xinerama

 
 by p-jack on: Oct 7 2002
 
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yes,

the kde 2/3.X support is not very good, i have often the problem, that the programs doesn't start on the same moni, like konqi, kmail etc.
Also bad is, the background image, it will be stretched over both monis. Under windows it is better. :-/


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 Xinerama

 
 by AGran on: Oct 21 2002
 
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It seems, if the programm does not modify the position of the window, kde opens it up on the monitor that has your mouse at this time. OpenOffice or quanta startup windows are just in the middle, though.
For the backgroundpicture: just scale it to the resolution of one monitor via gimp and set KDE to tiled.


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 Tipps for 800x600?

 
 by p-jack on: Oct 7 2002
 
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hi,

i would like to use kde in the school, but they have old monis for only 800x600. But kde needs min. 1024x768 for good working, otherwise, the buttons like, "apply", "ok" etc are out of sight.


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 Virtual Desktop

 
 by nman64 on: Oct 12 2002
 
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It is possible to set up a 'virtual display' that is larger than the actual screen. The display follows the mouse. This display can be any size. It takes time to get used to, since you don't see everything at once and have to get used to guiding the display.


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 1280x1024

 
 by howe81 on: Oct 9 2002
 
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1280x1024 seems perfect for me. Not to small and not too big for my 17".


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 Varies

 
 by Blue on: Oct 11 2002
 
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At home, 1600x1200 @85hz on my 21" monitor.

On the road, 1600x1200 on my Inspiron 8100 with a 15" panel

At work, 1024x768 @75hz. The monitor will do 1280x1024 @60hz, but I find that quite painful with the 60hz flourescent-flicker lights.


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 1024X768

 
 by RSparkyC on: Oct 12 2002
 
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I wish I could run higher than 1024X768, but the stupid native res of my IBM T30 laptop is 1024X768. :(


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 Higher

 
 by nman64 on: Oct 12 2002
 
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I use 1920x1440 on a 19" monitor.


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 Seems to work for me

 
 by asacan on: Nov 29 2002
 
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Recently bought a huge ViewSonic 22" P225f, then a ATI Radeon 9700Pro. 1600x1200 appears too large and any higher seems too small, and refresh rate causes headaches. With one 17" monitor, I use in 1280x1024, and 1024x768 on the other. So in reality I use several different resolutions, depending on what looks natural for me.


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