I typically use this device while connected to an hp monitor connected via hdmi,that monitor is also selected as the main display and the layout is as a selected,but,when unplugging that monitor and using the device as a standalone,it re-positions all of the icons,and even jumbles them up.
it doesn’t appear to matter to matter if i lock them to pane l or not,they still shift.
i can understand the system is likely trying to makeup for the screen size ratio,and it’s likely the culprit,but can’t it just readjust the settings in place by shrinking the display down to the new screen size ratio without jumbling the panel?
if any of you have a solution for this,or any advice,i’d be appreciative…
Thanks in advance…
Parrot Home MATE ISO
Debian standard install
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