A powertool to configure your display
None of the existing display configuration tools does what I think is "the right thing". So I went and wrote one.
The Right Thing
- Don't start from a stored config, use xrandr to read the systems' current state
- Allow creating "profiles" that will get applied smartly (not there yet)
- Generate a xrandr invocation to reflect the desired configuration
- Allow per-monitor scaling
- Allow arbitrary monitor positioning
- Implement "scale everything so all the pixels are the same size" (not done yet)
If you have PySide2:
python -m xrandroll in the folder where main.py is located.
- Implement other things
- Make it a proper app, with installation and whatnot
- Forget about it forever
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