I'm using the font: Droid Sans size 10 for my default font, set in
I'm using DWM as my window manager, so nothing fancy there. Sometimes,
after I wake my computer from suspend, the font size in use by my
windows gets larger, I'd say by a point or two. This started happening
around when I switched over to systemd, although I can't say for certain
that systemd is the cause. It doesn't happen every time, but happens
often enough to be an annoyance. Any ideas on how I can fix this?
On 2012-09-22 16:30, Ashim Acharya wrote:
> Try this:
Sorry for the delay in response; I had to wait until it happened again.
Issuing xrandr --dpi 96 fixed the issue, although I wonder what caused
it in the first place...
09-25-2012, 12:21 AM
Fonts larger after suspend
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On 09/24/2012 07:01 PM, Michael Nawrocki wrote:
> On 2012-09-22 16:30, Ashim Acharya wrote:
>> Try this:
> Sorry for the delay in response; I had to wait until it happened again.
> Issuing xrandr --dpi 96 fixed the issue, although I wonder what caused
> it in the first place...
Your driver probably failed to get dpi from your monitor's edid. You can
do |"startx -- -logverbose 6" and file a bug report, and set dpi
manually with "startx -- -dpi 96". Drove me nuts long ago when I had a crt.
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hi guys, I'm sorry for necrobumping this thread but I have an idea that may
work for Michael to debug his issue:
Michael: how do you suspend your system? If you use pm-utils please do a
man to learn about the special settings pm-utils provide to deal with some
of the glitches you may found while dealing with graphics adapters.