stoping lcd monitor scaling
ok, look at my sig to see what i have as far as my setup. now for the question, is there a way in os x to keep it from scaling the screen when it is set to lower resolutions on a lcd (mine being a viewsonic va712b)? example: native on my screen is 1280x1024, but i set the resolution to 1024x768. normally it scales it to take up the whole screen, using all 1280x1024 pixels. but now it looks blocky. i don't like that. i'd rather it only use 1024x768 pixels, centered in the screen with a black border around the picture. i know, i hate to say this next line, but i can, and do, do this with windows, thanks to the nvidia video drivers for xp. this was never a problem for me when i had a crt, as they always look crisp at any setting. but now that i have a lcd, it really bugs me. is there a hidden setting somewhere, or any third party solutions? thanks for the help.
Digital Audio G4/1.467ghz, 1.5gig ram, 16x Superdrive, 256mb DDR3 AGP 6800GS, zip, 2x500gig raid0 for 1tb on sonnet tempo trio, 10.5.4