On 01/06/2010 10:45 AM, Adam Williamson wrote:
On Wed, 2010-01-06 at 10:24 -0500, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
> I am doing another FC12 install on my ASUS 701ee. This is a test
> system, and I end up installing every month or so.
> Of course with the small screen size, I end up pressing<cntl-N> a lot,
> as I cannot see the Next button. And on some screens I just miss some
> options, like getting to customize the install packages. I am always
> forgetting the key combo to turn that check box on.
> Is there some way to either get the ability to pan the screen around or
> scroll the screen so that on Netbooks that SHOULD be a popular install
> platform for Fedora, can have workable installation?
To be fair, the installer _is_ workable on almost all netbooks. The 701
has an extremely small low-resolution screen. No-one makes netbooks that
small any more, not even Asus. Probably scrollbars on anaconda could
work around this, but that may not be simple to implement.
OK. I only have experience with this 701 that I picked up on ebay. And
I am even using an 8Gb SD card in the SD slot to have enough disk space
to run FC12 on it (it came with a 4Gb SSD drive).
There are other small screen devices that will be coming out and
scrolling and panning would be nice to have.