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WMP 10 Screen Display Smaller Than Surrounding Frame

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October 18, 2004 7:15:12 PM

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I have just installed WMP 10. When it opens, the virtual TV screen is a
blank wallpaper in blue. This blanket of blue, however, does not cover the
entire screen display area, leaving a 1 mm border in the Rt. and bottom
margins along the frame, thus exposing part of the display underneath, e.g.
the rolling meadow scene of the desktop, the "Bliss". Is this a known
glitch of the new WMP? How may that be rectified?

I have all the critical/security updates in my WinXP + SP2. My normal
working resolution is 800X600 and the font size selected (in Display
Properties) is "large", but reverting the latter to "normal" makes no
difference to the anomaly.

Bee.
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[I have found my Shangri-La in ntlworld.]
October 18, 2004 7:30:44 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.video (More info?)

Bee wrote:
> I have just installed WMP 10. When it opens, the virtual TV screen is a
> blank wallpaper in blue. This blanket of blue, however, does not cover
> the entire screen display area, leaving a 1 mm border in the Rt. and
> bottom margins along the frame...


Correction: 3 mm gap (inside the screen-on-screen). <g>

Bee.
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[I have found my Shangri-La in ntlworld.]
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