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Small screen - Games from Valve(?)
Whenever I start CS:S or TF2, the screen resolution changes (?) and I get only a small centered frame where the menu comes up, but it wont let me press any buttons.

CS 1.6 gives me a similar problem, but the frame aint centered on the screen. :/

I don't know about 1.6, but CS:S tells me when I enter the "video" tab in settings that it runs in 1680*1050 (my native resolution), and nothing happens if I change it and press apply.

imgur pics: http://imgur.com/a/QqM1D

Computer:
Debian Wheezy 64bit
dwm window manager
ATi Radeon HD5870 (fglrx drivers)

glxinfo | grep "direct rendering":
direct rendering: Yes

World of Goo and TeeWorlds (the only other games I've tried so far) gives me full-screen, so I personally don't see that it would be my computers fault.

Any ideas on how to fix this? Is it already a known problem? If so, would anyone mind sending me a link to a thread discussing this so that I can follow any progress?
Laatst bewerkt door Dracc; 12 feb 2013 om 12:18nm
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If you swap dwm out for another WM, does the same issue occur?
(for sake of debugging, may be an SDL interaction with dwm issue)
Laatst bewerkt door johndrinkwater [🐧︀ 🎮]; 13 feb 2013 om 12:51vm
I think this might be a bug with your graphics drivers. Let your screen do the scaling, not your drivers and it will probably be fixed.
Laatst bewerkt door Shark; 13 feb 2013 om 2:51vm
Origineel geplaatst door Wouter:
I think this might be a bug with your graphics drivers. Let your screen do the scaling, not your drivers and it will probably be fixed.
I tried changing to screen scaling in ccc, but it didn't change anything. :(



Origineel geplaatst door 🐧🎮 johndrinkwater:
If you swap dwm out for another WM, does the same issue occur?
(for sake of debugging, may be an SDL interaction with dwm issue)
Any idea for a good WM to test with?
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