Just for reference.
THIS became a working solution for me (after search and try for a day).
My son got a Raspberry Pi 3B+ (his name is Valentine) - which we connected to our TV (the 15-years-old LCD TV with DVI input.
This TV has 1280x1024 resolution BUT with 15:9 physical aspect ratio.
As TV it is working well, but
other source, lile (Windows, Ubuntu) PC is distorted/stretched horizontally.
TV EDID data is not correct (regarding the physical sizes and the physical aspect ratio) for sure.
TV's EDID data contains only DMT format and the native/best is:
"DMT format: code 35, 1280x1024p @ 60 Hz (5:4) in standard timing 0"
I tried in /boot/config.txt:
without success, BUT
works well with
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Is framebuffer_aspect not working because I am using DVI mode (which I intend to use)?
I saw in the previous post it is due to bug, but I can confirm the above 2 setting is NOT the same currently.
Now, in my case I "lost" a 1024-768 horizontal lines (scale-up), but the drawn circle is circle (not oval) and square is square...