In article <BigDogLinux-FD939E.19323111072003netnews.comcast.net>,
BigDaddy <BigDogLinuxcomcast.net> wrote:
Well, there's only one button for visuals on my iTunes display, and> In article
> [email]bearclawcruller.inva[/email]lid wrote:
>>> > Is there any way to improve iTune visuals for my 17" monitor? Right now,
> > the large menu selection fills only a part of the screen. I'm using an
> > upgraded 8500 (G3 366 Mhz) with its built-in video. Would a graphics
> > card do anything, or is the iTunes visuals function limited by software?
> > TIA for any info.
> Did you try different settings for the visuals. There's a button in the
> top right of the iTunes window that has selections like rougher but
> faster display that might make things look better if it was off.
that's in the lower right side of the window. It just turns the visuals
on and off. I tried changing the monitor resolution from thousands to
millions, but iTunes changed it back to thousands.
The display is positioned strangely at all sizes, but at its
largest--the setting I use most frequently--it occupies the bottom left
corner of the screen with a display that looks more appropriate for a
fifteen-inch monitor. Also, when I cancel the visuals, my browser
windows are rearranged so I have to drag them back to the center of the
screen. What's up with that?
I really like the iTunes visuals and the program overall is incredibly
functional, but little things like this are annoying. Any other
suggestions would be greatly appreciated.