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Re: problems using fixed window sizes



David wrote:
On 10/26/2009 10:49 AM, Fulko Hew wrote:


But from the way that you wrote this it sounded more like pebcak.  :-)

Virtualbox, when configured correctly and in fullscreen mode, looks just
like a 'real' install of the guest OS. The only way there could be
sliders on the right side or the left side of the application windows
would be if that was a normal display. An application that was in a
windowed (not fullscreen) mode. Also note that the Guest OS needs to be
configured correctly too.

It might, but have you tried running any Linux distro which hasn't recognised your graphics and so configured to tis default which, I think, is VGA. Something unbelievably small by today's standards. Has there been any desktop hardware in the past 15 or so years that couldn't do at least 1024x768?


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