I've recently installed 14.04 on my yoga and it is running great so far!
Since this laptop has a 3200x1800 resolution and a lot of apps i use do not scale well i am using 1920x1080 resolution with 1x scaling. Everything still looks crisp and sharp, no complaints on that front.
My issue is i have to have a custom script loaded when ubuntu starts that changes the resolution from 3200 to 1920 so when i log in i have to wait for the resolution to change before i log in or else the resolution will stay at 3200 and then i have to change it manually.
My question is, is there any way to remove the actual 3200x1800 resolution from even being an option?
Another small issue i run into is, i use an external monitor(1920x1080) sometimes and when i unlpug the hdmi cable, my desktop on my laptop screen reverts back to 3200 resolution.
I basically want to fool ubuntu into thinking that the highest resolution to choose from is 1920x1080. Is this possible?
Sorry for the long winded question :)