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Old 10-21-2007, 06:39 AM   #1
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TwinView Independant Control


I have a twinview setup and it is working perfectly. However, for some reason the image of the right monitor looks different from the image on the left monitor. I have adjusted the monitor settings so they are identical on both monitors, but it still looks different.

When I was using windows xp, in the nvidia settings, it let me adjust all the brightness, contrast, and gamma settings via software. How can I do this with Linux?

I have tried nvidia-settings, but it only seems to let me do either both monitors at the same time, or only the left monitor.

Suggestions would be appreciated.



brightness, gamma, nvidia, twinview

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