[confirm] - Default Dynamic Refresh Rate not sticking

Discussion in 'MediaPortal 1.1.0 RC 3 to 6' started by STuNZ, June 30, 2010.

  1. STuNZ
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    I find when I select a default refresh rate of HDTV from the dropdown in MP configuration, that after I say Ok and close MP configuration, if I go back in the default is TV instead of HDTV.

    In fact, the same thing happens if I select PAL but not if I select CINEMA or NTSC. It seems like HDTV and PAL both equate to TV as they have the same refresh rate perhaps.

    This happens on two different systems.

    I've attached logs as required but don't know that they will help with a configuration application problem.


     
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    Yes agree with you.
     
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