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29" Ultra wide screen

Discussion in 'Linux Audio / Video' started by Richard Rodriguez, Mar 27, 2015.

  1. I find myself using Window$ again, because Linux wont support Ultra widescreen (at least not mine)



    can anyone else who has an Ultra widescreen tell me if they got the resolution to actually work because I an stuck at 1920x1080

    I can make it think it is a 2556x1080
    but it really inst, I am getting major headaches using it, and when I use Window$ it is much sharper and clearer

    it could be just my video card, but I am wondering if any other UWS user has this problem
     
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  2. Mitt Green

    Mitt Green Guest

    First you need to know exactly what is your display resolution. Then try to specify it, e.g. if your monitor is 1366x768
    Code:
    xrandr -s 1366x768
     
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  3. My resolution is 2560x1080
     
  4. ryanvade

    ryanvade Guest

    What desktop environment are you using? Not all of them support High resolutions. Unity and Gnome 3.16 now support Ultra Wide Screens. I am not sure about KDE but I believe KDE 5 does support Ultra Wide Screens.
     
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  5. is 3.16 the latest update?

    I just downloaded from the updater and it is still the same
     
  6. ok it inst working...does anyone here run Linux and have an Ultra widescreen?
     

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