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
> 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
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