i know by shortcut theres 4 display modes to swap between with the UI open.
however, while noobs displays verry "jank-ily" on this bootleg screen and enough to say select which OS i want to boot, i want to know if its possible to define a custom resolution like i haveto with a normal image's config.txt within noobs? Mainly used this to dualboot between Raspbian & Retropie (a reason to why, is so i can have a desktop UI when need be without breaking RetroPie, for ReDream & DraStic/MelonDS (because for some reason configuring their controls within retropie goes haywire!), and vise versa with RetroPie to have 98% of the emulators at disposal + Kodi (compiling RetroArch manually + each indivdual Core, + Kodi, the plugins and dependencies, have last time i tried .. gone so horribly wrong and was so time consuming, i ended with a half functional Kodi that couldnt use Any plugin from repos, and libretro cores that segfaulted with saving games and making save states)
Said Specific resolution: (its the old 800x480 screen, still good for my needs)
and if it matters, this is with a Pi4B 4GB Ram Model
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max_usb_current=1 hdmi_group=2 hdmi_mode=87 hdmi_cvt 800 480 60 6 0 0 0 hdmi_drive=1