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I've setup a Linux computer for my mother-in-law and everytime she plays a certain game, it resizes her screen to 640x480... this is fine except that the game doesn't bother to revert back to 1024x768 when she quits. She can't ever remember the steps to reset the resolution from the desktop options menu in KDE. What I want to do it make her a simple icon in the top left corner of her screen that she can click on to reset the screen resolution for her automagically. I figure this can be accomplished easily enough with the proper command line script (that I can point the desktop icon to). Thanks for any help!