Am Mittwoch, 8. Februar 2017 schrieb Thierry de Coulon: > Actually I don't think this is a Trinity problem, because reverting to lightdm > shows no change, but I post this in hope someone can give me a clue: > > I have setup a machine based on an Intel based SBC (UP board with a "cherry > trail" processor. It runs openSUSE Leap and Trinity. I initially had lots of > screen corruption but this I solved by setting the graphics to "xua". > > My problem is this: while I have the screen resolution setup to 1920x1080 (and > trinity desktop looks OK for this resolution), the monitor (which is accessed > from HDMI through an HDMI to VGA converter because I use a KVM that needs VGA > connectors) was initially "seen" as 1024x768. > > And the applications seem to retain that resolution. I could make things > better in kmail (which is the main application for this machine) by reducing > the font size. The other applications still look "too big". > > So I get the feeling that the lower resolution was saved somewhere... > > Is there a place where I can tell them to use 1920x768? This will most likely not solve your problem for GTK3 applications, but you can try to fix the screens DPI: kcontrol / Apperreance / Fonts : Force DPI ... 96 DPI For GNOME/GTK please look here: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/HiDPI Nik -- Please do not email me anything that you are not comfortable also sharing with the NSA.