i just switched from CRT to LCD and it looks really bad.
I've set xorg.conf according to the monitor specifications
resolution is set to monitor's native resolution and the display size is set
to the one specified in the monitor manual.
this is my xorg.conf
The fonts in all windows and the resolution look really bad. everything seems to be a bit blurry in general.
Did i set something wrong in xorg.conf?
what should the DPI be?
vladuz@box:/etc/X11$ xdpyinfo | grep resolution resolution: 85x86 dots per inch
I had xorg choose a different resolution on my dell because of the HorizSync and VertRefresh's that I chose. Check your /var/log/Xorg.0.log to see if there is any information there. But tightening up those ranges might help.
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the picture looks a little better now. I set the vertical range from a range to a
specific value (75.0), looks better now.
but i get
xdpyinfo | grep resolution gives 85x86 dots per inch
isn't that a little low for a 19" 1280x1024 with display size of 380mm 300mm?
Have you pressed the "auto adjustment" button?
You may need a new video card. My old kyro II is very blurry in parts on my AG-neovo f417 but nvidia & ati 9200SE are fine
1280/14.96 = 85.56 - that's OK