Display issue on episode list/details view

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Display issue on episode list/details view

ERamseth
So basically, when I go into the episode list/details view of a show, the "center column" (for lack of a better term) doesn't extend fully to the bottom of the screen. I'm on the media-center-like theme by the way.

Also the shadows on the sides of the center column do not match the length of the content. I am seeing this issue only on my Xbox 360 extender. Currently running windows 8 on the Desktop and RTVHD version 1.7.19.

If this doesn't make sense, I can post a picture of what exactly is going on... let me know if that's needed...
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MARKJANDERSON
I have noticed this too, but only after I've adjusted the overscan settings within Recorded TV HD

Not sure if it matters either, but currently I only have used extenders (Xbox 360 and Ceton Echo) connected to my television and I've seen this behavior with both of them.

- Mark
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MJT Software
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Good catch. Yes, it does this if you've adjusted the overscan settings in Recorded TV HD. I never caught that before because I don't use that theme.

I'll see what I can do.
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Re: Display issue on episode list/details view

ERamseth
So just FYI this issue is still present in the latest RTVHD.

Does overscan affect only the interface and not the video? If so, I think I can reset it and live with a little bit of a border...
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MJT Software
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Yeah, now that you mention it I remember playing with it for a little while and then gave up when it wasn't a quick fix and never went back to it.... You are correct, the overscan settings in the Recorded TV HD settings only affect the interface and not the video.