This is Windows 8.1 only, not 7, not 10. It is not known whether 8.0 is affected.
The current known operative case is Citrix-hosted applications, in a dual-monitor situation. If you see a malfunction, go to Control Panel, All Control Panel Items, Display. If “Let me choose one scaling level for all my displays” is unchecked, check it. It will require logoff/logon. And the problem will be fixed.
This one’s great, Windows and Linux and Mac and BSD!
appears very good.
Take the contents below, put it in a new file named:
and start X again. If it works fine, it will work monitorless. On some video cards “vesa” does not work as the driver, on these you’ll need to replace it with the appropriate one, the list can be had by running
X -configure from virtual terminal without X running. Recently saw this on a nice new ATI video card, solved it using “ati” instead of “vesa”.
Driver "vesa" #Choose the driver used for this monitor
Identifier "Screen0" #Collapse Monitor and Device section to Screen section
DefaultDepth 24 #Choose the depth (16||24)
Modes "1024x768_75.00" #Choose the resolution
works well in Firefox, to download all videos.