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    Hello,

    With all the last moves concerning OSD, i wonder if there is a plan for a gui, because i think many people will use OSD soon and complain about lack of gui ... (me at first ^^}.

    Moreover, all the configuration (that i'm aware of) is inside the xorg.conf. But i read that xorg.conf wasn't necessary in last X.server released. Is it true and will it impact OSD configuration ?

    Best regards,

    Bibi

  • #2
    I am planning to use the open source driver and a gui would be a great feature, helping people to switch to this driver.

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    • #3
      There are already graphical utilities to configure the driver.

      * For setting resolution, cloning, rotation etc. there's gnome-display-properties.
      * To configure the 3D driver there's driconf
      * To configure Xv there's gxvattr

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      • #4
        I have already tried driconf but didn't find anything about anti aliasing or anisotropic filtering...

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        • #5
          I don't think these are implemented yet in the 3D driver.

          EDIT: But the option for anisotropic filtering is present here with driconf under "Image Quality" options.
          Last edited by monraaf; 12-10-2009, 11:50 AM.

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          • #6
            Forcing AF in driconf makes textures and fonts in games look "granny". Forcing Vsync doesn't seem to work either (although in-game options for vsync. don't seem to work as well).

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            • #7
              Originally posted by monraaf View Post
              I don't think these are implemented yet in the 3D driver.

              EDIT: But the option for anisotropic filtering is present here with driconf under "Image Quality" options.
              You're right, i read too fast.

              Thank you

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              • #8
                Originally posted by monraaf View Post
                * For setting resolution, cloning, rotation etc. there's gnome-display-properties.
                Wow. But he didn't save the settings. = Crap

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