finding monitor or screen resolution in Linux with standard python module

José Antonio Salazar Montenegro jsalazar at madisa.com
Wed Mar 7 16:54:57 CET 2007


I'm using Beryl too, and xwininfo -root gives te correct resolution.

akbar wrote:
> I googled and searched in archive. All I can find is finding
> resolution with Tkinter and pygame. Any idea to find monitor
> resolution with standard python module?
> I can check from output of: xprop -root
> _NET_DESKTOP_GEOMETRY(CARDINAL) . The problem is when you use Beryl or
> Xgl, it is not correct anymore because Beryl or Xgl set this value
> from amount of workspaces multiplied by monitor or screen resolution.
>
>   

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