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Is there a way to have a virtual screen resolution higher than the one supported by my hardware ?

Similar to "Virtual xdim ydim" xorg.conf parameter on Linux.
 

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I run my monitor (native 1280x1024) at 1280x720, 1280x1024, and 1920x1080 at different times depending on what i'm doing, if that's your question.

use rivatuner or ntune to add custom resolution.
 

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My video card is not NVIDIA, so ntune/rivatuner won't help. I do know that it can be done in some drivers, but my question was - can it be done in a hardware independent way.
 

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okay. That still isn't a big problem. You can cut up the monitor driver and add custom resolutions via it i believe, just like in lunix/unix.

I'd need somebody to confirm that, then this thread could be moved to driver support.
 

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Hi

I have found a sollution which allow you to set a virtual screen resolution
and enables a scrolling desktop on windows.
It's complete freeware and there are multible ways to enhance your desktop.

Standard is pressing cntr+(moving mouse to the edges)
or ctrl+shift+(moving mouse)
and 4 other.

Infinite_Screen on http://ynea.futureware.at


If you have any problems while using it write me.

Greetz.
 
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