The first thing most people boot their Raspberry Pi to the desktop they will have an issue with black borders or a much too low resolution.
This is quite a big problem for many users, and figuring out how to edit boot.config manually isn't very intuitive.
So I thought, why not create a graphical interface to make monitor settings as simple as possible.
A Raspbian equivalent to the settings windows in Windows/Mac.
Just being able to select avaliable resolutions from a a dropdown and click a restart button would be such a huge help for new users.
What do you think?
-First of all: Does something like this already exist or is it being planned to be included in Raspbian?
-Anything special I should consider before even attempting this?
-General feedback is appreciated! Just write a quick comment if you have any issues with the idea, or if you think it's interesting.
I'm a professional programmer mainly working in web development and dotNet.
So creating a GUI program for Linux will be an interesting challenge (That's the main reason I got my Pi) as the only development I've done in Linux before is som shell scripting and low level C programming.