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Offline nandor

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Hdmi overscan problem
« on: June 16, 2021, 07:49:49 pm »
I have Debian 10 with LXDE and Xorg
the machine is connected to and old TV
which dont have settings for Hdmi overscan.
I found a command online which fixes the
Hdmi overscan issue
xrandr --output HDMI-1 --panning
1920x1080 -- transform 1.05,0,-52,0,1.05,-27,0,01
which i put to autostart in lxde.
The problem is if any app (usually games)
 go to full screen mode that invalidates
the command for the overscan and
sections of the picture goes off from
the screen so i need to run the command
again manually.
Is there a better way to make the overscan
 settings permanent?


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