Screen surface adjustment

Discussion in 'Feature Requests' started by Taglicht, November 15, 2018.

  1. Taglicht

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    Hi, just switched from MP1 to MP2.2. I'm sad to not find the feature I used in MP1 allowing to adjust the screen surface (not the resolution, but the surface to use in full screen).
    Some screens and TV sets like my 65'' Pioneer plasma, overzoom the surface. That reduces the overall surface by a frame of 10%. It was possible to adjust it in MP1. Can it be brought back.
    Thanks.
    Thomas.


     
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    Just to be clear, MP2 is not based on MP1, but completely rewritten and an independent product. The developers are also different, so it’s probably better to not search for MP1 elements in MP2.
     
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