On Sun, 6 Feb 2000, Emmanuel Stone wrote:
> Tis a minor problem, but X and windows seem to be displaying the picture
> on different parts of the monitor. As a result of which i have to move
> my hand towards the monitor and move a dial very slightly, every time i
> swap os.
You should run xvidtune - it allows you to adjust display settings. But
it does not save those settings, you should manually edit
/etc/X11/XF86Config according the setting you find out with xvidtune
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