Couldn't have put it better myselfwinston wrote:(Other than that, with RiscOS, the Raspberry Pi certainly feels like a direct descendent of the BBC Micro. The original CPU designed by Acorn, the Pi designed in Cambridge, assembled in the UK, you can still do full screen BBC BASIC etc., and it's even called the "Model B" )
You will want to play with the overscan in the CONFIG/TXT (or CONFIG.TXT on non RISC OS Systems).hilbertdad wrote:This is also my situation. Black borders around the riscos desktop
I have a raspberry Pi mode B and an asus monitor (VE247) HDMI/DVI/VGA monitor 1920X1080 60Hz.
With Linux image everything is fine and the X desktop is covering the full area
I have tried to force the HDMI mode in config.tx file :hdmi_group = 1 (CEA) , hdmi_mode = 16 (1080P 60hz.)
I have tried to play a little with the monitor configuration utility also modifiing manually the 'generic' MDF file ; no result.
I have also tried to play with !makemodes , still no result .
which is your suggestion ? have someone a suited MDF files ?
Asus VE247 parameters:
1920X1080P , horizontal frequency 67.5 Khz. Vertical frequency 60Hz. Pixel rate 148.5Mhz.
mode_name:1920 x 1080
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fake_vsync_isr=1 gpu_mem=64 init_emmc_clock=100000000 kernel=RISCOS.IMG hdmi_group=2 hdmi_mode=35
If it's the desktop font you're referring to then you can set its size using the Wimp$FontSize system variable. To see it working, press F12 and type 'Set Wimp$FontSize nnn' (without quotes) where nnn is the required size in 1/16th of a point. So, for 14 points you'd use nnn=224. When done press Enter twice to return to the desktop, and you should see a bigger desktop font.hilbertdad wrote:To have a 'larger' fonts
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