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I started a thread a few days ago.. A locked thread... About blurries..  

 

Turns out the blurries weren't blurries.. They were my stupidity..  I moved recently after my fathers passing.. My 40inch LED is a lot closer to me now, and slightly higher then where I was living before. In turn being closer and looking slightly "up" at the screen causes a perceived blurry texture look. If I stand up and pull back a bit the "blurries" are gone.. 

 

Anyway.. Being a humble person and one who doesn't mind throwing myself under a bus.. I'm falling on my  sword to make up for my other thread. :)  

 

tl;dr: Blurries weren't blurry. Viewing distance + Viewing Angle + Screen size = Perceived blurries that weren't really blurry. 

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Thanks for clarification.

I am glad you found the reason for this!

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Maybe you have found the holy grail answer to getting rid of the dreaded blurries!! 

This needs to be stared & highlighted fo all to see. 

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I started a thread a few days ago.. A locked thread... About blurries..  

 

Turns out the blurries weren't blurries.. They were my stupidity..  I moved recently after my fathers passing.. My 40inch LED is a lot closer to me now, and slightly higher then where I was living before. In turn being closer and looking slightly "up" at the screen causes a perceived blurry texture look. If I stand up and pull back a bit the "blurries" are gone.. 

 

Anyway.. Being a humble person and one who doesn't mind throwing myself under a bus.. I'm falling on my  sword to make up for my other thread. :)  

 

tl;dr: Blurries weren't blurry. Viewing distance + Viewing Angle + Screen size = Perceived blurries that weren't really blurry. 

 

Hi Bill

 

I'm wondering whether am stupid also. :blush:

 

I have a stability problem. Any aircraft I fly tends to change its COG rather dramatically. I can't seem to stabilise the trim.

 

I did have a problem with the blurries, but an extra glass of the amber liquid (None of that malt rubbish - its scotch) cured those. Now everything is blurred.

 

...but the trim in FSX is rubbish. I suppose a fourth glass might improve the trim, do you think ?

 

..incidentally Bill, my eyesight blurries even occur on a Dell 30" at 2560 x 1600. Do you think it might be the whiskey ?

 

..Another blurry Bill. :Party:

 

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Me too, also stupid. Maybe they can create a subforum for us stupid people :smile:

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I want to use a 40" HDTV also as a monitor.  Is the resolution as good with a standard computer monitor?  And do you take a hit in fps using a bigger display?

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Wish my blurries were solved so easily but alas no, they're still there. :-)

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Me too, also stupid. Maybe they can create a subforum for us stupid people :smile:

I second that - Fools only forum FOF as acronym? But is admittance on request or do we need a qualification test?

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I think this should be made a sticky and posted in the tweaks section -

 

 

If you have the blurries - stand further away from your monitor!

 

 

Welcome to a VERY non exclusive club Styckx!  We've all been there at one time or another.

 

Vic

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I think this should be made a sticky and posted in the tweaks section -

 

 

If you have the blurries - stand further away from your monitor!

 

 

Welcome to a VERY non exclusive club Styckx!  We've all been there at one time or another.

 

Vic

 

A regular monitor is fine to be close to. The larger you go, the further away you should be.. 40in @ 1920x1080 will look blurry only two feet away. At my old house I flew 6ft away from it..  I might invest in a 4k monitor next which would solve a lot of that issue..

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Alas, I too have found that the viewing angle of any monitor has a major effect on results. I have a 42" Visio HDTV wall-mounted, and situated about 40" from my physical eyepoint...

 

...unfortunately, I mounted it about 3" higher on the wall than I should have, as even the very subtle upwards view angle greatly affects the contrast and gamma balance. IOW, the areas that should be lighter appear a bit darker.

 

It is absolutely amazing how much better the scene appears if I sit up very straight and stretch my neck just a few inches higher! :blush:

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Yup.. Good news is I'm back flying again now. Pretty happy.. Did a bunch of flights today.. I do notice the stutter everyone talks about but it's also not as bad as I thought it would be. 

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Rather than creating another forum, why not create a Group, as in the FOF GROUP. :lol:

 

EDIT: I need to join this club. I forgot that I deleted the Groups feature. :rolleyes:

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Rather than creating another forum, why not create a Group, as in the FOF GROUP.

EDIT: I need to join this club. I forgot that I deleted the Groups feature.

 

 

ROFLMAO!!

 

Vic

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