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Just had a new Dell flat panel monitor installed in my workplace. The colour at the bottom of the screen is several shades lighter than at the top. Contrast and Brightness changes do not remedy this. Had out IT guy out who says: -
Nothing wrong with monitor. users eyeline is not direct therefore any light sources gives the appearance of fading. If you adjust the physical screen position the problem goes.
This is totally incorrect. I've had others in the office confirm that I'm not going totally bonkers and there IS a difference in colour from top to bottom of the screen, whether you tilt the screen, look at it from the side, stand it on a box in line with your eye level, have the blinds drawn, the lights off, and so on.
Any ideas? Seems that someone else has this problem too. Could it be the graphics card? Have tested the monitor as per a very helpful website (with test screen, adjusting gamma, and so on) but its still annoying me.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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