GTK or QT frontend for reconfiguring X.org config file

Registered by canci on 2007-08-31

I don't mind typing "sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg" or hand editing Xorg.conf, but wouldn't it be great to have a li'l
applet for the start bar that starts a proggie (I'd prefer GTK, but would make sense to port to QT as well) that let's you configure
your xserver, video card, compiz-fusion, etc. Best would be to include it as an "Advanced" option to setting the wallpaper, like
in Window$. Many ppl complained to me that the ugly curses dialog was something very scary and unpleasent for their spoiled
MacOS X eyes... Poor them! ;)

Since I have no programming skills whatsoever (Zenity really doesn't count, now does it? ;) ), I would really love to see this
happen. Would make introducing ppl to Linux way easier.

TNX!

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