whooper "at" freeshell.org
Thu Apr 10 14:11:01 2003
Bernard Peek said:
> In message
> <38CB1F57BCD1CA4AB70DB12E31A927235B4CC3 "at" squire.pga-resorts.com>, Jeffrey
> Ryerson <Jeffrey.Ryerson "at" pga-resorts.com> writes
>>I just started using VNC and I'm have a bit of a problem. First let me
>>say I'm using the windows version and we run a combination of NT, W2K,
>>and XP. When I connect to a machine that has the same resolution as my
>>workstation I cannot see the taskbar of the remote. The only way for me
>>to see it is too move the window as far to the top of the screen as
>>possible and then make the window bigger by stretching it as far as it
>>will go to the bottom. Even doing this I can only see a portion of the
>>taskbar. This doesn't happen on remotes that are running a different
>>resolution as my workstation. Is there a way to fix this so I can see
>>the whole screen?
> You can change the size of the window by altering the geometry when you
> start the VNC server. The default geometry is 640x480 but you can choose
> whatever you want. If you usually use 1024x768 resolution on your client
> machines then try using slightly smaller values for the server, perhaps
> 800x600 or even 999x750.
Not on MS Windows platforms.