Description of problem:
Changing the screen resolution using system-config-display to a lower resolution
results in the user being stuck at the specified lower resolution without the
option of selecting the higher or previous resolution the next time.
The only way I've found to get the original highest resolution setting back is
to run system-config-display from a virtual console whereby a complete list of
resolutions (supported and unsupported) is presented again.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. s-c-d while at 1280 x 1024
2. set resolution to 800 x 600
3. log out and back in again
4. s-c-d while at 800 x 600
no option to switch to 1280 x 1024
graphics card nVidia Corporation NV44 [Quadro NVS 285] (rev a1)
see screen prints and X log
running default 'nv' driver
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1) I can't reproduce this on i965
2) This doesn't affect installation
3) This is easily worked around with the randr configuration tool
Moving to F9Target.
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