jan at verslank.net
Tue May 20 19:56:28 UTC 2014
Hi there Miles and the others, many thanks. I called my nephew in
Pretoria who is also quite expert in Ubuntu and we had to reset Unity
via ctrl/alt/f1, now everything is back to normal. My Unity window
behaviour is also fixed up. Great!
On 20/05/2014 21:50, Miles wrote:
> I thinks something got messed up with the graphics driver. try ctrl+alt
> +f3 then sudo aptitude reinstall "your Graphics driver"
> then sudo reboot
> its seeing you screen resolution wrong
> one can reset it via cli but i dont know the command
> Good Luck Jan
> On Tue, 2014-05-20 at 19:13 +0200, Jan Greeff wrote:
>> In an attempt to solve a problem in my Unity settings, I have reset
>> Compiz Config to default settings.
>> Now I have a problem: my system is set to open Thunderbird by default
>> and the app opens so large that I cannot find any settings buttons or
>> menu buttons. All I can access is the main sections of Thunderbird, all
>> other setting buttons are outside my desktop.
>> Is there a way to access my system settings to change the size of my
>> desktop? Or via bios? I will be able to see new mails that come in.
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