On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 7:28 PM, Les Mikesell
> On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 6:02 PM, Michael DePaulo
>> On MS Windows at least, I've observed multiple bugs with resizing,
>> Enabling XInerama seemed to help on 188.8.131.52.
>> But to accomplish your task, the following should work on X2Go Client
>> 184.108.40.206, and probably on older versions too:
> I've just started using 220.127.116.11, haven't seen resizing problems yet.
>> 1. Set the session preferences:
>> Settings -> Display -> Custom -> 800x600 (or any other value smaller
>> than your laptop screen)
>> 2. Connect to the existing session and wait upto 10 seconds.
>> 3. The X2Go session should resize to 800x600. This resizing includes
>> the GNOME/XFCE/etc menu bars.
> Is that new - I thought I had tried earlier versions with a size
> specified but it only worked for new session. It does resize now.
I think enabling Xinerama was necessary for the resizing to work
properly back on x2goclient 18.104.22.168 for Windows.
>> 4. Maximize the window.
>> 5. The X2Go session should resize to the window's new size, which is
>> everything but the taskbar. This resizing includes the GNOME/XFCE/etc
>> menu bars.
> This isn't exactly what I want - I want the width a bit less so I can
> access other things on the screen. But, since the client settings
> are set on each machine I can just set the size I want in both
Yeah, you'll have to manually resize the window to be not quite as
wide, or manually enter the dimensions. If manually resizing doesn't
work, then that's a bug that should be written up.
>> Let me know if you are having issues resuming sessions altogether. I
>> think I need to write a bug report about them.