Native Resolution Fix for Widescreen Monitors 1.0

Native Resolution Fix for Widescreen Monitors is a little script that changes your widescreen monitor resolution in one click.
Native Resolution Fix for Widescreen Monitors is a little script that changes your widescreen monitor resolution in one click.

It couldn't get much more simpler than this little script/command. Anyhow, there's a few apps that would screw up my resolution after they exited and rather than look into it at the moment, I just googled to see if there was a quick command to execute that would change the resolution. So I found it, added that command to my KDE menu, then made a shortcut to it (ctrl + r) so I have a push-button resolution fix, which I recommend you do as it's quite handy.

Anyhow, place Native Resolution Fix.desktop on your desktop but DO NOT USE it if you have a monitor with a smaller resolution. Instead, you can edit it and change the resolution to what you like and use the "-r" command to set the hertz, which will use one of the rates set in your xorg.conf.

What's New in This Release:

· NOTE: Please edit if your monitor doesn't support the 1680x1050 resolution in this script or do not use it.
· I am not responsible if your monitor, in a rare case, gets messed up by you using a resolution in which your monitor can't support.

last updated on:
May 8th, 2007, 13:20 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
tony134340
homepage:
www.kde-apps.org
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Hardware
Native Resolution Fix for Widescreen Monitors
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