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Old 11-06-2008, 12:36 PM
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veritcal / horizontal screen alignment/calibration

Ok, so when you go to settings->system->screen you can recalibrate/align the screen. it has both a horizontal and veritcal option, seemingly to calibrate the screen for both uses.

however, it seems like whichever calibration i do, if i do vertical alignment, the settings for that calibration are set for both landscape and portrait, and visa-versa. if i do a veritcal calibration, everything is great in portrait mode but in landscape mode it's mis-aligned

if i calibrate it in landscape mode, everything is perfect in landscape mode but when i switch back to portrait mode its like the original veritcal alignment never happened and its all out of alignment

it seems like i cant get the seperate alignments to stick, and that when i do the screen calibration, it uses either the vertical or horizontal (whichever one im doing at the time) for both landscape and portrait mode, so i can get one of them perfect at a time, but not the other

anyone else have this issue or have any suggestions?
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Old 11-06-2008, 12:44 PM
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Re: veritcal / horizontal screen alignment/calibration

nope, none here.
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Old 11-06-2008, 12:48 PM
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Re: veritcal / horizontal screen alignment/calibration

just to be a little specific about what issue this is causing me:

when i align the screen in portrait mode, everything is fine in portrait mode, but when i switch to landscape mode, the screen registers my touch too low, so wherever i'm hitting, it registers as hitting a location slightly lower on the screen then where i actually hit

when i align the screen in landscape mode, everything is fine in landscape mode, but when i switch to portrait mode, the screen registers my touch to the right, so wherever i'm hitting, it registers as hitting a location slightly to the right on the screen (hitting the signal/sound icon will register as pressing the battery icon)

driving me crazy!
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Old 11-06-2008, 02:02 PM
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Re: veritcal / horizontal screen alignment/calibration

take it back and get a new phone.
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Old 11-06-2008, 03:34 PM
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Re: veritcal / horizontal screen alignment/calibration

Try aligning the phone while it's resting on its back on a flat surface.
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