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Old 11-17-2005, 09:31 PM   #1
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scale to panel size


ati prop. driver
IBM t42p with mobility rage t2 graphics
Gentoo 2005.1 2.6.14 kernel
I have the wrong display panel in at the moment. Instead of uxga I have sxga which is fine for viewing but the viewable area is shifted around. My problem is that ever since I emerged ati-drivers, the viewable area of my display has been scaled to panel size. In this current state I cannot see the complete right and bottum sides of the screen. I need to know if there is a way to either manipulate the screen size (not resolution) or if there is a way to turn off scale to panel.
 
  


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