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AROS Hosted Screen Resolution

Last updated on 6 months ago
Posted 6 months ago
Hi everyone,
I am running AROS hosted, inside a Fedora distro.
The window starts only at the full screen resolution (which is problematic - it is a window, so part of the windows lands outside the screen). There is no Boot application to change this behaviour (there is an icon, no executable file though).
How can I change the starting screen resolution to something more sensible?
Thanks a lot!
deadwoodAROS Dev
Posted 6 months ago
You can to Prefs/ScreenMode and select the resolution you like.
Posted 6 months ago
Not persistently, no. I can temporarily force a resolution by unclicking the "default" checkbox and then "Use", but upon the next start things are back to where they where. The "Save" option does not do anything.
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deadwoodAROS Dev
Posted 6 months ago
You seems to have only one resolution detected by AROS while normally there should be a number of resolutions on that list. Are you running X server or Wayland? If Wayland, can you switch to X server and see whether you are getting more solutions.

Which version of AROS are you running? 32-bit or 64-bit?
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