AIO display issues

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I recently picked up a G3 AIO and so far its running fairly decent. My only complaint so far is the display. It isn't zoomed or stretched to the edges of the viewing area, plus its kinda dim. Is there any way to adjust the screen either via software or internally to make the picture fit the screen? Also the rotation is ever so slightly off. Nothing really bad, but noticeable. At the moment I've got 10.2 on it, but I'll eventually put 10.3 on it once I get a bigger drive in it.

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yea click on the apple on the

if you have OS 9.x on the system boot to it dont use classic mode in OS X cause this wont work under classic mode in OS X you have to boot in to OS 9.x

yea click on the apple on the upper left and expand control pannel and click on monitors.

in the window that pops up click Geometry there is where you can stretch it to size. If you want to adjust the brightness click on monitor in the window and adjust the settings

if that is not enuff for you i have what is called Display adjusting utility made for the AIO ty[e of Mac's like mine and yours

BTW you can only set all this up in OS 9.x not OS X or classic mode in OS X. you have to boot to OS 9.x to adjust the monitor either by the monitor controll pannel or by the Display adjusting utility

if you want the program email me and i will send it to you

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madmax sent me the utility to

madmax sent me the utility to adjust the display, so we'll see how that goes.

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