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[*] Post 478213 posted on 14-10-2013 at 02:03 Reply With Quote
Screen Resolution Issue



I've set up my media centre PC to use my large screen TV, all is well and I've managed to modify enough settings to make it usable at native resolution. In the end, though, I've had to reduce resolution to make some things large enough to see on screen from across the room, not a biggie, but one major annoyance is the icon spacing in explorer. I've tried all sorts of settings which seem to work on the desktop, Suggestions?

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[*] Post 478227 posted on 14-10-2013 at 10:29 Reply With Quote


You've done the ol' Control Panel>Personalize(sic)>Window Color(sic)>Advanced appearance settings>Item>Icon spacing thing?

If that doesn't help, you may need a tweaker.
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[*] Post 478232 posted on 14-10-2013 at 12:49 Reply With Quote


Yes, but, which one? The only "tweaker" that I've found so far that even comes close is called, Linux.
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