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Topic # 239334 12-Jul-2018 14:52
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Would there be any issues with connecting a computer's secondary display output to a 144x96 LED screen in terms of it being able to display a picture even though it might be zoomed in etc.? I haven't got one at hand to test out.





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  Reply # 2055123 12-Jul-2018 14:58
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144x96?

 

Do you mean 1440x960?





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  Reply # 2055133 12-Jul-2018 15:06
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Nope, 144x96 is correct haha. Which is why I am asking. :-)







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  Reply # 2055134 12-Jul-2018 15:06
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It's going to be a clock on the wall type of screen.





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