I have already reported a bug on the topic earlier, yet my problem wasn't completely solved.
Sony KDL-32P3000 TV set is detected almost correctly (showing as Sony 72" instead of Sony 32"), but the correct resolution advertised is not set automatically.
Linux mini 184.108.40.206-141.fc12.i686 #1 SMP Wed Jul 7 04:47:25 UTC 2010 i686 i686
This is always reproducible.
How to Reproduce:
1. Connect Sony BRAVIA 32" (KDL-32P3000) TV to Dell mini 10v notebook with VGA
The TV set shows up in gnome-display-properties as Sony 72" when hot-plugged, the graphic mode 1024x768 is set. I have to go to settings and set the mode 1280x768 each time I connect the set, which is not very convenient.
Please attach the output of 'xrandr --properties'.
Created attachment 442527 [details]
The EDID it's providing over VGA lists 1024x768 as the preferred mode. Laaaaaaaaaame. I guess we could quirk it, but meh. I'm more concerned that g-d-p isn't remembering your output setup. Reassigning accordingly.
Thank you, Adam.
If it remembered the device setting the problem would be solved for me.
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