Changing screen resolution causes huge fonts

Bug #877799 reported by ikem on 2011-10-18
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Bug Description

This is related to Semplice Alpha 2
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I use "lxrandr" to switch the screen resolution.

From 1600x1200@60Hz to 1024x768@85Hz.

When I did that, the wallpaper is out of place and the font is becoming huge.

ikem (ikem-krueger) wrote :

Workaround:

Change screen resolution with "lxrandr".

Hit <alt>+<f2> and enter "openbox --restart".

Restart open applications.

summary: - Change screen resolution causes huge fonts
+ Changing screen resolution causes huge fonts
description: updated
ikem (ikem-krueger) wrote :

I think it would be neat when "lxrandr" triggers "openbox --restart".

Eugenio Paolantonio (g7) wrote :

Sorry, but I can't reproduce this issue.
Running stock semplice 2.0 beta1.1 (which will be uploaded shortly).

Eugenio

ikem (ikem-krueger) wrote :

Do you have an TFT or CRT?

a TFT.

2011/10/22 ikem <email address hidden>

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ikem (ikem-krueger) wrote :

Next time I use Semplice, I make a screenshot of it.

Eugenio Paolantonio (g7) wrote :

Thank you.

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