I try to follow http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/14434...buntu-live-cd/ to do a virus scan. When I get to the last bit where I want to start the scan, the "Start" scan button is out of reach. It is well below the bottom of the screen.
I am a new android developer and I am trying to create an android app for android in which menu items will be displayed along with description cost and image.
I have implemented List activity to display the items in a list. I made an image Button which will show the image in a thumbnail. I want to be able to view a high resolution image of the thumbnail when I tap on the image button.
Hi, I am trying to install Fedora 17 using vmware workstation, but I have no idea because the installer resolution is too bigger, so I can't see the next and back button at the bottom bar. How to solve this problem? thanks.
HOLY crap.....Tried to put resolution scale at 150% maxed out graphics (no FXAA of course) with 4xMSAA, My god I could not keep a solid 60fps with my setup below @1440p.....It taxed my graphics cards at 99% and made them weep lol.
Anyone found a good sweet spot for resolution scale? What exactly does it do? I honestly tried to do some research but I didnt find any concrete info on it.
I'm still working with OpenSUSE 11.2, and gradually getting familiar with it. But here is a new one. My display settings are currently 800x600, which reads fine on a 22" wide monitor, but there are times when I have to go higher on resolution to do things like see a whole window (such as the one displayed by the software update manager).
What window manager or desktop environment are you running?This might be from X setting the resolution to something higher than is set for the TTYs, then not setting it back to the TTY resolution when it quits. What is the resolution of your monitors?If you run "xrandr" in X, it should tell you what your resolution is.