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The other thing I do is "maximize" the Fldigi main window. This seems to help resize many of the UI controls so that it can mostly fit within the 7" screen 800x480. I do still have to use the alt-mouse trick to move the FLdigi window up so that it covers the Raspbian main menu bar across the top of the screen. If I am running FLdigi, I really don't need access to the Raspbian top bar all that often. When I do, I just alt-mouse to nudge the maximized window down.
Aaron, you are correct, now that I recall, the geometry switch setting only helped somewhat. Other apps, like wsjtx, seem better at resizing to fit smaller form factors than FLdigi.
On Tue, May 7, 2019 at 6:07 PM Aaron Jones <aaron@...
thanks for the feedback. I find that no matter how i set my
command line switch I can't get below the minimum geometry of
HOWEVER - the alt key + mouse click to move the window helps a
ton, I did not know that linux feature.
On 5/7/2019 1:14 PM, Brian wrote:
I have the
same setup as you and here is what I found works:
On Tue, May 7, 2019 at 2:46
PM Aaron Jones <aaron@...
I researched this a bit but couldn't find a thread
specifically to use of the Raspberry PI3 and the Raspberry
PI 7" touchscreen. The max you can run the screen at is
800x600 resolution which is pretty small. I have been able
to resize the FLDIG interface such that everything fits by
using fewer macro rows and smaller fonts. However, when I
run FLMSG I cannot get the full screen to fit so if I try to
use ARQ when you open the ARQ inteface on FLMSG it goes
below the screen, moving the window as far above the title
bar as you can move with the mouse allows a partial view.
Is there a way to allow screens to be further sizeable
vertically below current limits?