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These may be newbie questions, but they have me stumped. Everytime I reboot and KDE starts up it sets my resolution to the highest available resolution. I want it to ...
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    Couple newbie KDE questions


    These may be newbie questions, but they have me stumped.

    Everytime I reboot and KDE starts up it sets my resolution to the highest available resolution. I want it to boot up at 1024x768 and nothing I seem to do changes it. Also, when I shrink the KDE panel, I get blank black space on either side of it, what do I do to make the background image go flush with the bottom and sides of the panel?

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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    Have you tried running sax2 to configure your resolution and graphics? Open up a terminal/CLI and type in as root: sax2. Or you can open your Kmenu > System > Configuration > sax2 (I think this is right. It's been awhile since I ran KDE).

    Hope this helps.

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    Hmmm, oddly enough it fixed itself after a couple of reboots :o

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