Sever Side Scaling/Zooming?

Kyle Jones uare "at" canada.com
Thu, 20 Sep 2001 04:52:31 +0000


Sorry, for the confusion,
Linux, X server...
Kyle

On September 19, 2001 07:25 pm, you wrote:
> Hi Kyle,
>
> There sure is. Go into the connection options of the WinVNC client, either
> before you connect by clicking on the "Options..." button where you enter
> then address of the host machine you want to connect to or even after
> connecting by right click the VNC button on the task bar and select
> "Connection Options", and look for the "Scale by" setting in the "Display"
> section of the dialog box. Configure as needed and click OK. That's all
> there is too it.
>
> Hope that helps...
>
> Michael Milette
> TNG Consulting Inc.
>
> At 10:44 AM 2001-09-18, you wrote:
> >Hi,
> >Is there any way of making the server scale an 800x600 desktop to 640x480?
> >  I have a laptop that can only display 640x480 but all the programs I
> > would like to run are only visible at 800x600.  The laptop isn't powerful
> > enough to run x so it has to use svncserver (which works fine at 640x480)
> > but it is incapable of scaling... Also I think this feature would be much
> > better in the server anyways because it can save on bandwidth and
> > processor time on the weaker computer.
> >Is this type of funtionality already there?  Or is it in the works?
> >Otherwise which piece(s) of source should I be diging through?
> >Thanks,
> >Kyle
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