I've notice lots of flicker on my truelife wuxga screen in certain conditions. This image is one that looks particularly bad. I'm interested to see if it is my screen or a problem with all.
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6/18/06 at 10:02am
Originally Posted by phyrewall
do you mean "flicker" when the image is being scrolled up/down? If so, yes.
This is due to the horizontal refresh (scanlines) of LCD screens.
Originally Posted by gooroo666
On my lappy with a refresh rate of 60hz at 1900x1200: yes. it doesnt flicker at all with a resolution of 1152x868 or 1600x1024 at 60hz.
On my desktop with a refresh rate of 85hz at 1900x1200 yes but less, with a refresh rate of 60hz it flickers a lot. . i dont think this is a problem,its just about resolution and refresh rates and interlace..
i dont know if the XPS screen supports 85hz but higher screen resolution generally needs higher refresh rates.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Refresh_rate) and http://22.214.171.124/search?q=cache:9...ient=firefox-a (google cache because the page has moved or doesnt exist anymore).
hope that helps.
Originally Posted by spirals
there are still gifs and animated gifs, this is a still one, so it's not suppose to move. It's not moving on my 19" external (wsxga+), but it does very very slightly on my laptop's wuxga, not noticeable unless i'm looking for it though.
Originally Posted by tommms
Yes it flickers.
It's the pattern that messes with your optical sensation.