Scaling Screen Not changing resolution

Is it possible to scale my screen to a bigger size? I have a huge TV as a monitor and at 1920x1080 on linux it is a bit of a strain for my eyes. on windows they have a feature to do this.

You can make the text and other items, such as icons, on your screen easier to see by making them larger. You can do this without changing the screen resolution of your monitor or laptop screen. This allows you to increase or decrease the size of text and other items on your screen while keeping your monitor or laptop set to its optimal resolution.
If anyone knows please let me know thank you.

This is kde4 and openSUSE 11.4 correct

Take your time and look at the options available to you via right click to the desktop (it can vary depending on your choice of desktop activity)

Also look at the kde system settings

What graphics device? and have you installed the driver?

Right on the dot lol Opensuse 11.4 and KDE 4.6 I have a Ati Radeon 5570 inside my computer and atm no i have not installed any driver for my card.

If I use ‘Folder View’ desktop
Right click > Folder View Settings > Display
You should see settings for icon size


Select ‘Activities’ > New > Search and Launch
The icons are bigger in this desktop

SDB:ATI drivers - openSUSE

What about the scale of the internet? Is there a way to scale that as if i had to resolution lower?

In firefox Hold CTRL and scroll your mouse wheel away from you

Yes i knew that trick =) but i meant like the entire thing such as the search box at the top and when i open Personal Settings everything is small.

Don’t know
I never change the defaults

Someone will know something, just be patient. Sorry I can’t be any more help than that.

Thats fine thank you for assisting me =) I really do appreciate all the help you have already given me in these forums thank you:)