I’m running Mac OS X Snow Leopard from my eeePC 1005HA and as you know, eeePC has a very low screen resolution (1024×600) . This make some applications window/interface not visible thus making some options or buttons unusable/unclickable . An example is the Print window from Microsoft Office as shown in the picture below.
To be able to view the whole window I need to increase my screen resolution to a higher resolution, but it’s not possible to further increase the screen resolution in my eeePC since 1024×600 is the max resolution that I can get .
But thankfully, you can edit plist files in MacOS to simulate a higher resolution view for certain apps or the whole system (I do not recommend using this method as a way to increase the resolution for the whole system or permanently since some apps won’t render correctly using this method, ex. misplaced input box). This trick can be done through the Terminal command, but I’m going to explain how to this using a 3rd party application .