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Old 04 February 2020, 20:54   #1
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Setting up FS so I'm not seeing overscan..Help..

I've noticed on my full screen setting that its a bit too wide and I'm seeing a kink in a copper list which I'm sure would be off screen on a TV.

I'm rubbish at setting up the screen, I always make a mess of it so could someone either point to a guide or explain like you are talking to an idiot (not far off).

I have 16:9 monitor but want a 4:3 display as per my old phillips monitor.

I can make the screen stretch etc but that's not what I need, I think I need to increase the screen size in side a viewable area so I'm cutting off any overscan...

Well that is what I think I need...WHat I have now isn't horrendous but jut trying to make it perfect...Latest beta being used.

Thanks people..
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Old 05 February 2020, 19:41   #2
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There is no simple adjustment (at least not yet) but filter mode "overscan blanking" does something similar.

Make sure aspect ratio matches your monitor (or is automatic) to keep correct aspect ratio.
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Old 05 February 2020, 20:47   #3
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Ok, Thanks Toni...

I know I've seen it done but I'm not so hot with all the things that may affect what is displayed.
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