Re: anaconda design mockups

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On Thu, Feb 25, 2016 at 01:57:32PM -0500, David Cantrell wrote:
> > > ignoring that case, the X1 carbon has 2560x1440 pixel screen which,
> > > when scaled to adjust for the high dpi, has an effective resolution
> > > of 1280x720. This caused trouble on screens that expected 768
> > > vertical pixels.
> > :( That's probably a common enough case for other laptops, too.
> Likely.  And I've been wondering if ARM laptops will take off anymore than
> they already are.  If so, that could likely mean smaller
> everything...including screens.

Hmmm, and maybe cheap 720p HD LCD panels. I doubt they're likely to go
smaller than that — it's just so miserable in *any* OS these days. *

How much of a pain would it be to have two layouts, one for 1280×720
16:9 and the other for 1024×768 4:3?

* I could be wrong. *sigh*. But, honestly, I think it's okay to say
"yeah, below this limit, we've got a lovely text mode".

Matthew Miller
Fedora Project Leader

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