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On the start screen

Postby China mint » Sat Sep 20, 2008 10:45 am

Good morning ladies and gentlemen, I come from China,And we are pleased to meet here!

Some small problems for my linux mint5, Why can not start full-screen picture?

Thank you, my friends

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Re: On the start screen

Postby cnzzhe » Sat Sep 20, 2008 11:36 pm

Excuse me , I'm not good at speaking English.

I have some trouble in my Linux mint System, that is enable system animation can't be full screen, does anyone can resolve this? or that is what it's should be .
thanks a lot!

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Re: On the start screen

Postby Alpha-Geek » Sun Sep 21, 2008 8:06 am

Welcome to Linux Mint! Use "Package manager" to install "Startup-Manager". It has settings to change the resolution of the boot screen & allow it to fill the screen instead of just a smaller image in the center.
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Re: On the start screen

Postby China mint » Sun Sep 21, 2008 9:28 am

Alpha-Geek wrote:Welcome to Linux Mint! Use "Package manager" to install "Startup-Manager". It has settings to change the resolution of the boot screen & allow it to fill the screen instead of just a smaller image in the center.


thank you very much!
According to your method, the trouble was solved , but a little new problem has appeared, there is the color distortion in the shutdown image , I have no idea how to deal it , please help me !
thank you !

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Re: On the start screen

Postby Alpha-Geek » Fri Sep 26, 2008 10:43 pm

sounds like you may have changed the bit setting of the graphic in startup manager. Try setting it back to a lower bit rate setting.
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