xf86-video-intel new version: Changing resolution by the keyboard ?

Carlos Eduardo Rodrigues Diógenes cerdiogenes at yahoo.com.br
Mon Mar 26 07:20:45 PDT 2007

On Mon, 2007-03-26 at 15:00 +0200, Pavel Troller wrote:
> > Xavier Bestel wrote:
> > > With compiz/beryl properly configured, you can use <Super>+Mousewheel to
> > > have a super-smooth zoom. Way better than letting the monitor resync on
> > > resolution changes.
> > 
> > Not sure how Compiz's version works these days but the beryl one can do
> > input-enabled zooming (which was previously not possibly) so you can
> > still use it in your apps in pretty much the same way as you require.
> > 
> > Col
> > 
> Hi!
>   It's nice how all of you are trying to convince me to use this new perfect
> technology :-). But beryl/compiz is incredibly slow with my card. I like my
> old good KDE with kwin (even enabling the composite manager makes things
> so slow that I'm keeping it disabled).
>   I would like to hear whether this old resolution switching by keys is 
> definitely dead, or whether it's just necessary to put some magic config spell
> to enable it again, or anything else about it :-).
>       With regards, Pavel Troller

In the i810 driver it still works. I'm also curious if this was removed
definitively, since from what I'm seeing the intel driver will replace
the i810.

Best regards,

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