Major display problem -

Robert Moskowitz rgm at
Fri Dec 14 22:00:58 CET 2018

Simpler than reinstalling F29, is delete the user and recreate. This 
will set Xfce back to defaults.

I messed up a test system and discovered this as the simplest way to 
reboot the user Xfce environment.

I am sure there is something simpler to delete from the user's home 

On 12/14/18 3:49 PM, Bob Goodwin wrote:
> I have had a problem with window sizes for a while and was looking 
> into that but now I have  inadvertently screwed up everything!
> in Appearances I found an item"Scaling 1x  and Scaling 2x," I clicked 
> on 2x to see the effect and was unable to restore things no matter 
> what I tried.
> The way it looks now nothing short of re-installing °fedora 29 will 
> fix it and I hate to waste all the configuration I've done.
> Any suggestions appreciated,
> Bob
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> Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
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