Harri> Is there a way to load the windos monitor files or at least
Harri> some data from them and use that on X?
Harri> Must curious quoting style. Broken As Designed IMO.
You don't like it? Hmmm - guess you haven't used Gnus for reading mail
much then. I prefer it over standard quoting, but it is hardly
ubiquitous yet. You see it a lot more in the Emacs newsgroups - its
provided by the SuperCite package.
Toby> Just find the Section "Device" part of the XF86Config file and
Toby> Gamma 2.2
Toby> to it. That should make any driver which support Gamma
Toby> correction use a value of 2.2 on startup
Harri> I know this and what does it have to do with my question??
The title of this thread is 'NVidia Gamma Problem'. You take the Windows
gamma level you have in your display settings and put them into your
config file as described. There is no method I know of for parsing the
Windows monitor settings and using them directly or indirectly for
XFree86 - you need to take note of the settings as you can see them and
configure XFree86 accordingly. If you need more information than that, I
suggest renaming the thread to something more descriptive!
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