Macbook display default settings?

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by ppfd, Jul 4, 2007.

  1. macrumors regular

    ppfd

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    #1
    I searched and cant find my answer.

    While fooling around with my MB I some how screwed up the display settings! Can someone tell me the factory settings? I tried 600 x 800 on up and its either too small or too "stretched".
    Thanks!:D
     
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    mad jew

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    It should be the largest available resolution of 1280 by 800. The data can be found on the Apple website. :)
     
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    Father Jack

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    The default setting for the 13.3" MacBook is 1280 x 800
     
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    ppfd

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    Thanks

    :Dthis thread has been helpful, my mac is back to its old self.
     
  6. macrumors newbie

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    OK, i'm not sure how to word this, i have no idea what i did to my mac. i was on vacation and when i came back i noticed that the fonts were weird, so i tried to reset them with the system preferences under appearance. so i tried to change the "font smoothing style" and changed it to "automatic--best for main display.", but that didn't work. and then I tried to change the "turn off text smoothing for best font size (#) and smaller. and then i tried changing the display, but that only made things a lot worse! now it looks a little better but it's still weird. now it's under 1440 x 900. Please help!!! all i want is to restore the default settings! please, please help!!!!
     

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