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Hi everyone.
I have a little question about the scrren resolution used on my PB 400Mhz. Using MacOS 9.2 I was able to configure the LCD screen up to 1280x960 or so, but now, under MACOSX (panther) the highest resolution I can set is 1152x768. Is there any way to get a higher one under Panther? I've tried using small apps like cscreen or DisplayConfigX (both downloaded from Versiontracker) but no success at all...
any ideas?
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Hi everyone.
I have a little question about the scrren resolution used on my PB 400Mhz. Using MacOS 9.2 I was able to configure the LCD screen up to 1280x960 or so, but now, under MACOSX (panther) the highest resolution I can set is 1152x768. Is there any way to get a higher one under Panther? I've tried using small apps like cscreen or DisplayConfigX (both downloaded from Versiontracker) but no success at all...
any ideas?
thank you
1280x960 is the correct resolution for your system. As to why Panther won't let you go that high, I'm not sure. You might look for updated video drivers for your system, or try installing 10.3.4 which just came out today, and has video updates in it. Good luck!
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