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Thread: "Transflective" LCD panel with res touch+controler for $101+$36 S+H

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    But that's the plan! I want the mouting points at the top. And then, the image will be upside down, right? That's why I'd need the vertical flip.

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    Can't you do that through your graphics card drivers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by z8man View Post
    I bought my entire capacitive kit from display-touch using the preorder and received it about 2 weeks ago.
    Thanks for confirming!

    How do you find the fit of the capacitive touch screen against the LCD? I understand it's slightly larger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by miraclemaker View Post
    Can't you do that through your graphics card drivers?
    I guess. Last time I tried it wasn't reliable. It also wouldn't work on bios. I certainly wouldn't buy without a hardware flick, but I completely understand if it's not possible.

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    Has anyone had any problems when using the HDMI?

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    From an email earlier from Derrick, if you are plugged in to the HDMI port you need to select "DVI" from the LCD's menu for the correct data to be used by the screen.
    The "HDMI" menu option is designed to accept HDMI data from a camera, and is not always compatible with a PC.

    So you can use the HDMI cable port, just select DVI on the screen's menu.

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    OFF TOPIC:

    I suppose the HDMI input was tuned for SLRs that shoot video, to help focus. This would be some such rig, but you'd need an ENCLOSURE for that...where is it? :-)



    And they produce something like this BMW commercial shot with SLRs (more here):

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_e0eC...layer_embedded
    Last edited by RipplingHurst; 09-20-2011 at 01:05 AM.

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    Sounds good. I'm excited. Waiting for it to arrive any day now

    Quote Originally Posted by Zephrant View Post
    From an email earlier from Derrick, if you are plugged in to the HDMI port you need to select "DVI" from the LCD's menu for the correct data to be used by the screen.
    The "HDMI" menu option is designed to accept HDMI data from a camera, and is not always compatible with a PC.

    So you can use the HDMI cable port, just select DVI on the screen's menu.

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    how can I get 800-480? I can`t make it work in 800x480 on VGA or HDMI. What parameters should work for powerstrip?

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    can someone confirm if this uses the same exact power plug as the lilliput?

    Thanks

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