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Create batch file that will switch to a particular screen resolution?
So, hey Brink, I guess there's no way to create a batch file which will switch to a particular resolution?
I find myself switching back and forth from 720p to 1080p frequently. Separate 1080.bat and 720.bat command files would be peachy for me. Or I should quit kvetching, and be a mench about the two extra clicks, huh?
Of course if all software vendors realized we were using such high resolutions and adapted accordingly, I wouldn't be changing my resolution at all.
Cheers, as always.
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|14 Aug 2011||#2|
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I think if you get nircmd you can do it relatively easy.
How to change Windows screen resolution using a command line | IndiaWebSearch.com
I use nircmd myself to open and close my old dvd drive because the button broke, it seems to work well.
After you have it it's just a matter of making a shortcut using the formula they provide on that page.
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