[scribus] Overcrowded icon bars.

bobparham at comcast.net bobparham at comcast.net
Thu Aug 11 21:56:11 UTC 2011

On 8/11/2011 3:10 PM, John Culleton wrote:
> On Thursday, August 11, 2011 02:28:28 pm jwminer at accessvt.com wrote:
>> John C. wrote;
>>> Not familiar with the features of Win 7, but for my eye comfort
> on
>>> all apps I run 1024x768 on a 1920x1080 screen via the program:
>>> xrandr
>> Aha! That explains your oft-mentioned problems with icon bars.
> Since
>> lcd monitors really want to run at their native resolution, you are
>> probably not getting the best picture quality, either. 1024x768 is
>> my 15" laptop's resolution. Using Scribus is painful on that
> machine
>> and so are a number of other programs because there is not enough
>> screen real estate.
>> You earn a living with DTP. Why not invest in a 27" widescreen
>> monitor and run it at its native resolution?
>> --Judy M.
>>    USA
> Well I just invested in an Acer with about 21.5 in true diagonal so I
> am not in the mood to upgrade. I just got rid of my Sony 24" CRT. Now
> that was a jewel, but a 50 lb  plus monster.
Just a few months ago I got rid of my old 19" Samsung CRT and bought a 
21.5" Acer Widescreen. I love this and think you will too.

Bob P

>> Registered Linux User #397786
>> Being productive with VectorLinux 7 Standard, Release Candidate 2
> BTW the Vector miling list had nothing but spam on it so I
> unsubscribed. I thought the distro was dead.
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