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Jul 28, 2010

System won't retain 16:9 display size setting in YaST (SaX2). I'm using SuSE 11.1 (64 bit).

SaX2 settings as follows:

Monitor is Samsung Syncmaster XL2370-1 (digital). Resolution is set to 1920X1080 (1080p). Diagonal measurement set to 23 inches. Display size indicates 509 m.m. X 286 m.m. (20 3/8" X 11 1/2").

Aspect ratio is entered as 16:9, but after saving and restarting computer it keeps coming back as 16:10.

Samsung literature says 16:9, and measurements above confirm this.

So why does it keep going back to 16:10, and how can I get it to retain 16:9? (Same thing happens on another computer, also running SuSE 11.1, and with a second of these same monitors.)

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