[kde-linux] How to change the resolution of a single virtual window?
mrmazda at ij.net
Sun Mar 26 08:31:02 UTC 2006
On 06/03/26 00:49 Larry Alkoff apparently typed:
> How can I change the resolution of only one virtual window?
> I'm familiar with changing from 1280x1024 (my normal resolution) using
> ctl-alt-number pad +/-
> but that method changes _all_ the virtual windows.
> I wish to run dosemu in 800x600 because it's too tiny in 1280z1024
> but I'd also like to switch to my normal windows.
> Is it possible to change only one?
I don't know about other ways, but one is using a second login to
another X session, and right before logging in to the second, copy the
appropriate one of two different copies of /etc/X11/xorg.conf to that
name/location. I just tested today using 1792x1344 on tty7, 1280x960 on
tty8, and 1024x768 on tty9. Just save suitable copies of xorg.conf with
names such as xorg.conf.800x600 and xorg.conf.1280x1024 with suitably
set Modes in Section "Screen".
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