another question... regarding TV's as MM monitors.
I am setting up my mirror using a 42" tv
My issue is that the TV cuts off the MM display around all 4 edges
Anyone know how to fix this?
I have tried changing resolution and display size and all that.
I was hoping someone may have an idea of how it could be done using the MM code…
@justjim1220 Seems to me like it would be your tv settings, maybe autosize the picture or change the aspect ratio. If not try changing the resolution from the computer your using to display
You’re not talking about the body margins, are you?
Well, I did play with them a bit, but didn’t really get anywhere
using custom.css, of course!
I’m not understanding what you mean by “the TV cuts off the MM display around all 4 edges”. The MM display is outside the edges of the monitor?
I will take a couple pics…
It sounds like a “zoom in” is being deployed. Try this while MM is running:
Zoom Out = Control and - (That’s a dash/minus sign)
Default Display Size = Control and 0 (That’s a zero)
This should survive restart and reboot.
Just thought of something else. If you played with margins in css already, you may not have cleared those changes. Negative margins would do the same thing
Never mind about the zoom in and out. I just tested both. They both stay within the margins of the display so investigate the css further
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@mykle1 on one of my tvs this is called overscan in the tv display settings