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September 24, 2019 at 08:11 in reply to: Connecting from Mac to Linux: how to fix the resolution #23720
Jeez that’s dense of me, sorry.
The page peel option is checked, I just don’t see it. Unchecking the “match resolution” works, I can reset the resolution to 1280×800 and it adjusts immediately, but if I disconnect and reconnect, the “match resolution” is still off, but the selected resolution always reset to 1920×1080. This happens even if I check “use custom resolution” and set 1280 x 800 — initially it will show 1280 x 800, but when I login, the screen resets to 1920 x 1080 (and this is reflected in the slider in the ctrl-alt-0 screen).September 21, 2019 at 19:37 in reply to: Connecting from Mac to Linux: how to fix the resolution #23700
Ah, thanks. A few things:
- I don’t see anything resembling a “page peel” — nothing visual that stands out to me at least, but ctrl-alt-0 works.
- “Match the client resolution upon connecting” is already checked, but maybe this is actually the problem — I have multiple screens, not all of the same resolution (and not always the same screens). But in any case, I want to just always connect with 1024 x 768, regardless of what my own system is connected to, or what display size it reports.
On the client side I use 6.6.8 (macOS 10.14.6), on the server 6.8.1-3 (Ubuntu Linux 19.04)September 20, 2019 at 07:37 in reply to: Connecting from Mac to Linux: how to fix the resolution #23673
I don’t know where to find this. I don’t see it in “Edit Connection”, and once the session is opened I dont’ see a “Display” option in the menu.