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Luis Gabriel Gerena

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  1. Guys i have a Galaxy Tab 10.5 which resolution is 2560x1600. I enter the resolution but i cannot make the panels shared here(unless they are same res as my tablet) to look full screen. There is no way to stretch to screen or similar? Also to use my tablet i have tried many options but not 100% happy with any because of the task bar showing which i cannot get rid of because I have other monitors and it seems the option is only to show on one or all. Any ideas on how to best use my tablet be it wired or wireless for this is welcome. Or of anyone
  2. Do you mind sharing it? I was going to get an LCD and bought 2 then cancelled both after testing a small IPS LCD I have at home inside the PC I just couldnt stand the light gray blacks compared to my old Samsung Tab 10.5 OLED. So either I am going to find a 8.9 or similar OLED instead of maybe just fit this 10.5 in there and call it a day Now just working on getting the tablet to work as a monitor so I can use the sensor panels.
  3. I thought for Android tablets you couldnt user sensorpanel only Odospace. Do you mind explaing how you did that? Thanks!
  4. Thanks for that info. I think I am going to go with the 8" then if I can fit it vertical and horizontal in the spot i have for it.
  5. Now you got me thinking about getting the 8" instead. Just not sure how easy it is to "convert" to 1280x600 as it seems most users are using smaller devices...or am I wrong? Thanks PS I was going to get this one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B088WLRN31/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A3UAI31N6IJM2&psc=1
  6. Do you have your LCD in your PC? The one 1280x800 I found was 8". Mind sharing phgoitos of your PC if you have it installed in it?
  7. Hi guys! I am about to order a screen. Will it be a mistake to get a 1280x800 screen in terms of more direct compatibility with the panels shared here? Or am I better off with 1024x600 screen? Any specific resolution that is most used? Thanks! PS I decided to order a 7" 1024x600 one
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