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Old 16th December 2008, 10:31 PM
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Screen Shot for res change in Fedora 10??

My buddy has Fedora 10 with no internet out in the sticks, he changed his resolution to 640x380 and no whe can't view the whole window to change it back to 1024.

I've had him try rescaling the window but he tells me it won't do it, does anyone have a screen shot of that window or know of the quick keys to save the selected resolution??

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Old 16th December 2008, 10:56 PM
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try the key presses

CTRL+ALT+keypad - (minus)
or
CTRL+ALT+keypad + (plus)

X should cycle through different resolutions..
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Old 16th December 2008, 11:36 PM
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Fixed

Apparently he resolved the issue by hittign ALT+A and then enter, I guess that selects the apply or "Save" box.

Thanks for your tips though, I'll have to keep that in mind next time he screws it up lol
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