Re: Changing DPI in X.org



On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 10:34 AM, Paul Johnson <baloo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm running x.org 7.5 on Debian Testing, on a ThinkPad T400 laptop.  For
some reason, it detects the internal display as 96 DPI, when it's
actually 107 DPI.  What's the best way to let x.org know the internal
display's actual DPI?


How about setting in your ~/.Xresources or/and ~/.Xdefaults:

Xft.dpi: 107

See:

http://scanline.ca/dpi

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