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Maxthon; .NET CLR 1.0.3705; .NET CLR 1.1.4322)
Description of problem:
I've just upgraded my HP z7020 from RH9 to FC2 (with WinXP Home as
dual boot using Grub). Everything went smoothly with one exception. I
selected the generic 1440x900 LCD setting for my screen (17" with
1440x900 native resolution) and, once past the GUI login screen, it
works well. However, the GUI login screen resolution is practically
impossible to work with.
FC2 boots to a fullscreen login and then, after a few seconds,
switches to the GUI login screen. The letters on the GUI login screen
are each at least 2 inches wide! I see the word "enter" across the
middle of the screen and part of the word "your" below it (with the
bottom third of the letters cut off). The word "your" is overlaid on
top of what looks to be the upper half of the letters "lang".
I can enter the userid <enter> and password <enter> and the system
changes back to the correct resolution for the rest of the startup
process that then ends with GNOME up and running with the correct
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot my HP zd7020 and wait for the login screen.
We fixed dpi issues in gdmgreeter recently, which were probably causing these