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dkieran

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Hi,

When the screen resolution is changed in XP (in particular when using remote desktop), is the display downscaled using a particular technique and if so what technique is used?

Also when using remote desktop with the settings all at the correct resolutions on both machines, are there other factors that will affect the final image (GUI) display with the remote desktop applications?

Something I have noticed that happens when I remote on to my work machine with all settings such as resolution and colour quality set to be the same on both machines, is that two images (one compressed and one uncompressed) that appear to be identical to the naked eye when viewed locally, have distinctly visible artefacts that differ between the two when viewed remotely. My main question is why this happens?

Thank you
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Nobody? :)
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