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Question about monitor calibration

By Jamin686
Sep 19, 2004
  1. Ok. You know how you can adjust the vertical size/position, horizontal size/position, and different aspects of your screen display's shape on the monitor? Is there a way to make it perfect so that there are no parts of the screen that bend one way or the other? It's so hard for me to eyeball it, and it always looks like its off to me. I'm using an Emachines 17in. flat crt monitor, though I'm not sure exactly which model.
     
  2. LNCPapa

    LNCPapa TS Special Forces Posts: 4,341   +280

    Easiest way is to use a flat panel monitor using a DVI connection. Other than that you'll be eyeballing it :(
     
  3. P-Rex(UK)

    P-Rex(UK) TS Rookie

    Sorry M8 you'll have to eyeball it
    But what I do is open a window Maximiize and then take picture to all edges Easy
     
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