Linux scripts are a powerful and easy to provide useful tasks for the user, and this time we found a particularly aimed at netbook users. These Newrez , a Nautilus script that allows to improve the resolution of these laptops and apply non-native resolutions.
For example, it is normal that the resolution of 1,024 × netbooks is 600, but we can change the resolution Newrez to situate eg 1,280 × 800 or even greater numbers.
This can be interesting for users who need to show that visual enhancement applications not displayed correctly in the conventional resolution of netbooks. As indicated in WMLCloud not do strange things at the hardware level, it builds a high-resolution image in a buffer that is scaled to fit our physical screen.
To use this script all you have to do is download it from this link, extract the files from the script (and newrez newrez-v) to ~ /. Gnome2 -> Nautilus-Scripts . If you do not see the folder. “Gnome2″ you can press Ctrl + H in Nautilus to show hidden items.