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BUG REPORT: HD channels framed in a teal blue border?

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#1 OFFLINE   DonLandis


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Posted 25 January 2004 - 12:14 PM

Not sure if this is a bug but I see a teal blue border around all HD channels picture. It varies in thickness depending on the program. Sometimes it gets as large as 7 DLP pixels. I think that many HD monitors will hide this if they are in overscan mode. I have decided to adjust the zoom on my monitor so this projects on the black masks and not the white screen.

Does anyone else see this?

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#2 OFFLINE   Mark Lamutt

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Posted 31 January 2004 - 02:13 AM

Don - you're connected to a DLP television running at 720p via DVI cable, right?
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