[ubuntu-mythtv] Screen Size
superm1 at ubuntu.com
Mon Jul 25 19:16:20 UTC 2011
For LG sets, here's some stuff to try:
Depending on your graphics card and how the TV identifies itself, you might
be able to adjust overscan in software from the nvidia settings utility.
On Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 14:08, Donald J. Organ IV <dorgan at donaldorgan.com>wrote:
> Changing the input of the HDMI cable has no effect. And I do not have a
> setting to disable overscan.... Its an LG TV if that helps at all in this.
> *From: *"Mario Limonciello" <superm1 at ubuntu.com>
> *To: *"van brian" <van.brian at gmail.com>, "Ubuntu's MythTV & Mythbuntu
> teams" <ubuntu-mythtv at lists.ubuntu.com>
> *Sent: *Monday, July 25, 2011 3:02:00 PM
> *Subject: *Re: [ubuntu-mythtv] Screen Size
> Sometimes one of the inputs on the set is labeled DVI/HDMI1 or so. Make
> sure you're on that input. Also there is a setting to disable overscan in
> the menus sometimes too.
> On Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 13:59, Brian VanMeeteren <van.brian at gmail.com>wrote:
>> If you are connecting via HDMI, try another HDMI input. I had the same
>> issue between HDMI inputs 1 and 2 on my 1080p Samsung flat panel.
>> On Mon, 2011-07-25 at 14:46 -0400, Donald J. Organ IV wrote:
>> I just setup my mythbuntu installation and the frontend is working great
>> however when i exit out of the mythtv frontend application, the screen looks
>> like its too big as I have no task panel and an icon towards the top left
>> that is getting cut off.
>> How do I go about fixing this?
>> My television supports 1080p
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