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Strange icon on display in playback mode

How do I get rid of the icon on the playback display on my t700? It is a rectangle with a circle in the middle and an X in the circle.

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You can get rid of the icon by first turning off the "Histogram" icon in the display/view menu.

Note: Histogram icon is the one that allows us to view and check the exposure correctness of a picture.

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How do you turn off the histogram?!

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