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Author Topic: How to constrain Dillo to only use the available screen resolution  (Read 936 times)
jharris1993
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« on: January 16, 2016, 01:36:22 AM »

Issue,

When using DSL in 640x480, Dillo opens up to a size that is too large for the available screen space.  Ergo, important controls like the address bar, or the window buttons, are missing.

Is there a way to constrain Dillo so that when it opens, it doesn't open larger than the available screen size?

Thanks!

Jim (JR)
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« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2016, 03:40:11 AM »

Update:

I had been running DSL 2.4 on my micro-system, and then installed 3.4.9.

In 3.4.9 Dillo is (more) constrained than in 2.4 (but it still leaks outside the visible area a bit).  Later I will load up the latest stable 4.n release and see what happens there.

So, let me re-phrase the question slightly:

Since my teeny-tiny micro-system seems to run more quickly on some of the earlier versions, is there some way for me to use Dillo on those versions where it is not properly constrained - so that it fits the screen properly?

Thanks!

Jim (JR)
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