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Old 12-01-2005, 12:12 PM   #1
kaplan71
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Configuring Gnopernicus Magnifier


Hi there --

I am setting up Gnopernicus on a Fedora Core 2 system. The utility that I am concerned about is the magnifier program.

The program does start on user login, but I need to adjust the magnifier so instead of it spliting the screen in half and having only the left half of the screen available for general use, I would like to have the entire screen available.

How would I go about configuring the program to do this? Thanks.
 
  


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