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Old June 28th 18, 11:51 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
Eric Stevens
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Default Two monitors with LR update - Problem

On Thu, 28 Jun 2018 10:05:33 -0400, PeterN

On 6/26/2018 7:17 PM, Eric Stevens wrote:
On Tue, 26 Jun 2018 00:34:07 -0400, nospam

In article , Eric Stevens

Anyway, I did a search on 1803 blurry and found a bunch of stuff.
Here's a clip from one:
1803 has a new feature that can help alleviate the problem. To fix a
blurry app head to Settings System Display Advanced scaling
settings and flip the 3Let Windows try to fix apps so they1re not
blurry2 switch to On.

that is hilarious.

... while yours is unhelpful.

i didn't suggest anything, therefore it could not have been unhelpful.

It certainly is not helpful. Therefore it is unhelpful.

you're confused, as usual.

i was merely commenting that there is a user selectable toggle to 'fix
blurriness', something which is absolutely hilarious.

Your comment was still unhelpful. If you still (hah) disagree with me,
please explain the helpful nature of your comment.

¥ i told you so, i told you so ¥

someone *else* mentioned it, and its existence screams "we have no idea
how to do graphics properly".

as for what's causing your specific problem, i don't use the exact same
hardware as you nor do i use lightroom on windows, therefore i have no
suggestions what to do to remedy it, other than buy a mac because this
would never happen on a mac ...

What, never?

no, never

What, never?

well, hardly ever

That's better.

... however, that would not be helpful, so i

And I haven't told you that at your worst you can be a cantankerous

i haven't any sympathy for ill-bred taunts

Non sequitur.

End of predictably futile conversation.
End of futile conversation

Took you a long time to realize that.

Oh, I knew in advance. :-(


Eric Stevens
Old July 22nd 18, 11:56 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
Eric Stevens
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Default Two monitors with LR update - Problem

On Sat, 23 Jun 2018 16:00:54 +1200, Eric Stevens

I use two identical Dell UP2516D 2560 x 1440 monitors driven by a
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Display adapter. The operating system is the
current 1803 version of Windows 10.

When using Lightroom I do all my editing etc in the left hand monitor
and use the right hand monitor for a full screen display. I have found
this arrangement quite satisfactory for the last several years but,
now, I have just downloaded the latest update for Adobe Lightroom and
have found the second monitor behaving in a peculiar fashion.

The images in the left hand monitor are quite sharp (and true to
color) as usual but the definition of those in the right hand monitor
range from not quite sharp to totally blurry. The results are not
consistent in that if in develop mode I switch from a sharp image A to
image B image B may be blurry one time and sharp another time. And
then image A may be blurry while C is sharp. There is no consistency
in what I can expect.

I use my own images as desk top background and I have found them to
always be consistently sharp in either monitor on every occasion. I
think I can rule out the monitor as the cause. My suspicion is that
the problem is somewhere in the software.

My question is, has anyone else experienced or heard of this problem?

For what it is worth: the following has just popped up as a
notification from MS:
"If you have multiple displays connected to your PC or your display
configuration changes, some desktop apps might appear blurry. "

I haven't explored this yet but others may be interested in this s
well as me.


Eric Stevens

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