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  • nanonyme
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    Taskbars are just so 90's.

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  • deanjo
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    Originally posted by nanonyme View Post
    Right... All kinds of silliness we've been through, apparently.
    Well I have to admit, I absolutely hate sacrificing vertical resolution by going to 16:9. Once your used to a 16:10 display it is annoying as hell having to go to a 16:9 ratio. Those extra pixels easily accommodate the taskbar and top window frame in fullscreen. 16:9 feels compressed to me for monitor use.

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  • nanonyme
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    Right... All kinds of silliness we've been through, apparently.

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  • deanjo
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    It's display resolution is called WUXGA

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WUXGA#WUXGA_.281200p.29

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  • deanjo
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    Originally posted by nanonyme View Post
    Well, 1920x1200 just sounds like a really.. odd display ration unless that's a TV with overscan or some other weirdness. Neither an old-fashioned 4:3 nor a wide-screen 16:9.
    1920x1200 has long been a standard resolution. 16:10 was long a standard ratio for widescreen monitors before they started using the annoying 16:9 panels.

    http://www.nextag.com/1920-x-1200-monitor/shop-html

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  • V!NCENT
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    VESA Framebuffer
    Ah yeah OK

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  • nanonyme
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    Originally posted by deanjo View Post
    The output is from my Samsung monitor. TV is no issue as well, zero overscan if you setup the TV right. With samsung there is a setting that is called "Just Scan" which is 1:1 with absolutely no overscan.
    Well, 1920x1200 just sounds like a really.. odd display ration unless that's a TV with overscan or some other weirdness. Neither an old-fashioned 4:3 nor a wide-screen 16:9.

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  • deanjo
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    Originally posted by nanonyme View Post
    TV with overscan?
    The output is from my Samsung monitor. TV is no issue as well, zero overscan if you setup the TV right. With samsung there is a setting that is called "Just Scan" which is 1:1 with absolutely no overscan.

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  • nanonyme
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    Originally posted by deanjo View Post
    As much output that can be displayed on a 1920x1200 display at native res.
    TV with overscan?

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  • deanjo
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    See here works fine:

    Code:
    hwinfo --framebuffer
    02: None 00.0: 11001 VESA Framebuffer                           
      [Created at bios.459]
      Unique ID: rdCR.umIhgQLQVYB
      Hardware Class: framebuffer
      Model: "NVIDIA GT200 Board - 08970054"
      Vendor: "NVIDIA Corporation"
      Device: "GT200 Board - 08970054"
      SubVendor: "NVIDIA"
      SubDevice: 
      Revision: "Chip Rev"
      Memory Size: 14 MB
      Memory Range: 0xe7000000-0xe7dfffff (rw)
      Mode 0x0300: 640x400 (+640), 8 bits
      Mode 0x0301: 640x480 (+640), 8 bits
      Mode 0x0303: 800x600 (+800), 8 bits
      Mode 0x0305: 1024x768 (+1024), 8 bits
      Mode 0x0307: 1280x1024 (+1280), 8 bits
      Mode 0x030e: 320x200 (+640), 16 bits
      Mode 0x030f: 320x200 (+1280), 24 bits
      Mode 0x0311: 640x480 (+1280), 16 bits
      Mode 0x0312: 640x480 (+2560), 24 bits
      Mode 0x0314: 800x600 (+1600), 16 bits
      Mode 0x0315: 800x600 (+3200), 24 bits
      Mode 0x0317: 1024x768 (+2048), 16 bits
      Mode 0x0318: 1024x768 (+4096), 24 bits
      Mode 0x031a: 1280x1024 (+2560), 16 bits
      Mode 0x031b: 1280x1024 (+5120), 24 bits
      Mode 0x0330: 320x200 (+320), 8 bits
      Mode 0x0331: 320x400 (+320), 8 bits
      Mode 0x0332: 320x400 (+640), 16 bits
      Mode 0x0333: 320x400 (+1280), 24 bits
      Mode 0x0334: 320x240 (+320), 8 bits
      Mode 0x0335: 320x240 (+640), 16 bits
      Mode 0x0336: 320x240 (+1280), 24 bits
      Mode 0x033d: 640x400 (+1280), 16 bits
      Mode 0x033e: 640x400 (+2560), 24 bits
      Mode 0x0345: 1600x1200 (+1600), 8 bits
      Mode 0x0346: 1600x1200 (+3200), 16 bits                                                                                                                                          
      Mode 0x034a: 1600x1200 (+6400), 24 bits                                                                                                                                          
      Mode 0x0360: 1280x800 (+1280), 8 bits                                                                                                                                            
      Mode 0x0361: 1280x800 (+5120), 24 bits                                                                                                                                           
      Mode 0x0362: 768x480 (+768), 8 bits                                                                                                                                              
      Mode 0x037b: 1280x720 (+5120), 24 bits                                                                                                                                           
      Mode 0x037c: 1920x1200 (+1920), 8 bits                                                                                                                                           
      Mode 0x037d: 1920x1200 (+7680), 24 bits

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