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It could be caused by an improperly setup piece of hardware(vid card, monitor) or just a default setting that you don't like. You can alter your res either via xorg.conf or at the desktop. Since you didn't provide the Fedora version, whether you use KDE or Gnome(or other) or any of your hardware specs, there's not a bunch more information anyone can provide without guessing.
jsonAloof linux user #whatever.
I tested off the charts for MENSA. Unfortunately, it was off the wrong end of the chart.