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Old 06-26-2004, 02:04 PM   #1
odd
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Registered: Apr 2004
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Redhat login screen size


Hey, I just updated to kde3.2 and now when I get to the login screen everythings huge. All I can see is half the username input box and half the password input box, just that fills my whole 17" monitor. But as soon as I login to kde everythings correctly sized? Does anyone know why this is?
 
  


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