[mythtv-users] Desktop partly off-screen problem
nick.rout at gmail.com
Tue Jul 8 00:46:58 UTC 2008
On Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 2:42 AM, C.T. Paterson <i.adore.my.64 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey there,
> I recently picked up a 720p television (upgrade from my dead CRT) and
> hooked it up to my mythbuntu. Mostly working - but for a nagging
> problem; the desktop is slightly offscreen up and to the left. Thus
> far, I've dealt with this by applying an X offset of 34 pixels and a Y
> offset of 15 pixels in the screen settings. This positions the myth
> window at the upper left corner, but it also leaves some of the screen
> (bottom and to the right) unused.
> Can anyone recommend some way that I can somehow reposition the
> desktop itself, rather than the myth window?
> I've connected the PC to the TV using a VGA cable. The TV is an LG
> 32LG30 32". I'm using a 1360x768 modeline generated with "gtf" (I
> didn't feel great about the 1366x768 modeline it generated). I've
> confirmed in the TV manual that 1360x768 is a supported resolution
> through the RGB input (horiz freq 47.72 KHz, vert freq 59.799 Hz).
> It's an nvidia card, and I used "envy" to get the latest drivers.
> Googling has not yielded much. I've attached my xorg.conf and my xorg
> log file in case it can shed any further light.
> Any and all help would be appreciated.
I struggled and struggled with this until I realised that the TV
needed adjusting, not MythTV or Xorg.
My TV had controls similar to the ones you have on the front of a
monitor to shift the picture left/right/up/down.
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