How to add custom screen resolution permanently on endeavouros

Hi, I’m recently installed endeavouros xfce & I facing an critical issue!
I’m trying to changing my screen resolution using xrandr but when I shutdown->open my pc again it goes back to the previous state :sob:
before I was used ubuntu based distro, where I used these commands below to save screen configurations permanently…
:~$ xrandr
:~$ cvt 1280 1080
:~$ sudo xrandr --newmode “1280x1080_60.00” 115.00 1280 1368 1496 1712 1080 1083 1093 1120 -hsync +vsync
:~$ xrandr --addmode VGA-1 “1280x1080_60.00”
:~$ gedit ~/.profile

now how can I do this same thing on endeavouros? there is no .profile file & I’ve tested… it doesn’t work on arch based distro :sweat:

Personally, I would just use arandr to set the resolution, than save the result as monitor… should automatically apply it on startup (sttranger setups than that do on my systems!) That, of course, is IF the xfce resolution settings don’t work :grin:


can you please show me a step by step guide…

I’m not set up dor screenshots right now = but arandr is a GUI for xrandr, so it should be easy enough. As for the Settings apps for xfce, xfce has the docs with screenshots:

thank you bro… I just found this article… & my problem got fixed


Welcome to the forum @muhammadabir :partying_face::balloon::tada:

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Welcome to the forum! :enos_flag: :rocket:

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