Fri Feb 13, 6: Is there any way to do this? And that’s part of why I’d rather have the whole thing scaled. I don’t know if there is any way to force downscaling, however. Board index Technology Visual Haven.
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Thu Feb 19, 3: Thu Feb 19, 4: I don’t know if there is any way to force downscaling, however. Fri Feb 13, 8: If I windpws a x display downscaled to x, I have higher virtual resolution, and can put more stuff on the screen. When I do that, I get a x “window” on the display that can be scrolled with the mouse pointer. And I definitely don’t know enough to do it in software myself.
Yeah, that only works 14001050 Linux – it ends hilariously badly on Windows. I want to fit more on the same screen. I want the opposite – i want to downscale content that’s at a higher resolution than native. Is there any way wibdows do this?
More screen real estate. I can only guess stabbing at registry or driver hacks, but otherwise it might be worth checking out some monitor utilities.
If you were to lower your resolution, yes you would lose image quality, but you would also lose screen size. While it’s not that important for me I’ve got a x display – I’m just a total resolution whore, and want x, and don’t mind the loss of quality that I’ll get, this could be important for other people that need something more mundane A64 X2 2.
I fail to see the point of doing this. But that’s not what I’m wanting to do. Fri Feb 13, 7: No registered users and 0 guests. Please explain your thought process in greater detail.
I fail to see what you are getting at here. I’m afraid I don’t know of a method to do this on the Intel drivers. You’re right, downsampling my x display to some lower resolution makes no sense.
Who is online Users browsing this forum: Give that a try. You can emulate something similar using certain versions of VNC, which can compress a large screen to a smaller resolution, it generally offers this to save bandwidth, so basically the answer is no.
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