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Old 11th April 2017, 03:52 PM
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Dell XPS 17: Enlarged or zoomed video display after signing in

I installed Fedora 25 and updates on a Dell XPS 17 (L702). The sign in screen looks good. After I sign in, I see the GNOME desktop but everything is enlarged like I'm zoomed in, and I have to scroll around to see the desktop. This is the case whether signing with Wayland or X.

I thought the issue was I needed to get Bumblebee installed. That did not help. In fact, when I sign using Wayland, the mouse cursor is invisible.

What should I check?
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Old 12th April 2017, 02:28 PM
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Re: Dell XPS 17: Enlarged or zoomed video display after signing in

I figured this out. For some reason, GNOME installed with Zoom enabled. New to GNOME, I didn't know the setting existed and stumbled across it.
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