Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 476643
The background image is stretched on dual-head machine
Last modified: 2009-12-18 02:18:36 EST
Created attachment 327094 [details]
Description of problem:
When you run gnome on dual-head machine, where the monitors are configured as one virtual screen using RandR, the background image is weirdly stretched.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Have dual-head graphic card and two monitors.
2. Use the attached xorg.conf (or some variation of that).
3. Start gnome.
The background image is stretched.
The background image is not stretched.
Created attachment 327096 [details]
Screenshot of the desktop
Which "style" is selected in the background preferences? I believe the default is probably stretch, which doesn't work well with widescreen/dual screen setups.
I'm sorry, don't run F-10 anymore. However, if I remember well, it was the same problem even with brand new user account, therefore with default settings.
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