Re: xrandr confusion over different options that do the same thing
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On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 10:38:47AM +0800, Kai Hendry wrote: > Firstly why CC both xorg@xxxxxxxxxxx, xorg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ? That's my fault, and I apologize. Mutt noticed the List-Post header (which was different from the To header) and decided to include both addresses when I used it's list-reply feature. (If anybody has any hints how to teach Mutt not to do that, I'd appreciate it.) > On 25 April 2012 01:02, Alex Deucher <alexdeucher@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > The names give a pretty good indication as they generally map to the > > physical connector. > > Understood, but I'm looking for a simple "default", which I have seen > on some setups in the past. Perhaps it's deprecated. > > For example in our OS http://webconverger.org/boot/ people do not know > in advance what their physical connector will be called for the > xrandr= API. > > The end result are that users find this Xorg feature really hard to use. Do you find the existing GUI tools for monitor configuration inconvenient? Marius Gedminas -- When I'm not in my right mind, my left mind gets a little crowded.
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