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Figured it out on my own: The icon size is not related to the resolution but to the fact that it's a touch screen. The distance between icons is increased for touch screens. There is this icon in the top menu bar where you can change this:
Does Windows (or any OS for that matter) communicate with the monitor and tell it to run at 30Hz? The graphics card controls the refresh rate, and can overide EDID if instructed to do so. Normally the settings in the graphics card's control panel are used select a particular refresh rate at any resolution as long as it's supported by both the graphics ...
Video resolution, in its usual meaning, is the same thing as its dimensions in pixels, so the same 320px × 240px, or 1280×720 px (aka "720p"), &c. It doesn't directly depend on bitrate; a lower bitrate can mean lower dimensions/resolution, but it can also mean a lower-quality video (more visible artifacts) at the same resolution, or it can mean a better ...
I found out a solution. Using GiMeSpace Desktop Extender solves the problem. Within this application I can set the size (in pixels) of each window.
I am not completely sure what you want, but the following command will get the position and dimensions of your shell: $ wmctrl -plG|grep -E "^[^ ]+ +[^ ]+ $PPID " 0x0560000b 1 2481 10 47 1352 386 Lenovo-Ubuntu Terminal That is simplistic, because it works only from the initial shell; to work from a sub-shell, you will need: $ wmctrl -plG|grep -E ...
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