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Windows Thread, Resolution Changing for RM in Technical; Originally Posted by u8dmtm With RM CC3, if you want users to be able to select the resolution but for ...
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    Re: Resolution Changing for RM

    Quote Originally Posted by u8dmtm
    With RM CC3, if you want users to be able to select the resolution but for it NOT to stick (why?) then just install the correct display drivers so that you have a taskbar icon for it - CC3 won't hide it and users can use it but the settings don't stick either to the machine or user profile after log-off.
    Aye I'd probably just push out Multires in that situation. Its the "going back to 800x600" thats the annoying part. Still I'm not the boss and must just do as I'm told.

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    Re: Resolution Changing for RM

    You know, when I first started at my place, all of the screens were set at 800x600@60hz. These were 17" screens too.

    That was the VERY first thing I changed.

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    Re: Resolution Changing for RM

    Quote Originally Posted by Norphy
    You know, when I first started at my place, all of the screens were set at 800x600@60hz. These were 17" screens too.

    That was the VERY first thing I changed.
    Yep thats what it is here :| All machines except mine that is. Theres 2 machines here that you can change the resolution on, through "Analog Display" on the rightclick menu of the desktop that the NVIDIA graphics drivers added. Just something that RM haven't thought about basically. My NM seems incredibly resistant to change, I think he's scared I'm going to foul everything up (I'm scared too! ;_



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