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You need to reduce those images sizes and fit it to the imaginary line showed , by clicking the cursor you will drag it right at the center of it , right clicking the pictures and re-edit the sizes then save .
If you're using Firefox as your browser, click on the square with the three horizontal bars in the top right corner of the browser, the menu will open, you'll see 100% in the center of the second row from the top of the drop down window. To make the screen bigger or smaller click on the minus or plus sign to either side of the 100.
You choose the focus area with the cursor button. It can be locked with the switch below it !!! Several settings can be monitored in the top display, 5 points for the scenery programs, chosen area for the M A S P programs. This is also a nice way to monitor what all the scenery programs do with the settings. Good luck (check the lock switch)
If PC user then it should be easy to fix. Top right corner of your web browser program should have three symbols: a minus sign, a box and an X.
Try clicking with your mouse on the box. It should make the program viewed slightly smaller. When it does you can move your mouse to the top of the window (usually a blue bar) and while clicking the left mouse button you can move it wherever you like (centre it).
It's more of a temporary solution and if the window is too big to fit the screen you can move the mouse to the left, right, bottom and when you move over the edge it will turn into a line with arrows at both ends.
When it does that you can click the left mouse button and drag the edge of the window to make the window smaller. Adjust each side as needed.
To fix things permanently you may have to adjust your monitor's settings using the buttons on the monitor itself. For that you're on your own as I don't know how to adjust every monitor's settings.
You can close your browser window by clicking on the red "x" in the top right hand side corner of your screen. The red "x" means "close". The "square" in the center next to the "x" means make "bigger". The - key next to the square in the upper righ hand side corner of your screen means "minimize". "Minimize" means bring the window to the bottom of the screen. It's like tucking it away or hiding it. If your window is full size and you click the minimize button, it will make the screen a smaller square in the center of your monitor. If you click it again, it hides the window at the bottom of your screen. You can see which windows re open by reading the labels at the bottom of your screen. To bring a screen back up to regular size when its minimized on the bottom - just click on it with your mouse.
mcdevito75 here, Press the AUTO button on your monitor, if this does not work, press the MENU button, there you should see a square box with 4 arrows, these are used to center your picture on your monitor, use the left / right arrows also on your monitor to adust the screen picture with this box woth the 4 arrows from Menu.
This doesn't sound like a programming issue. I had a very similar problem about 6 months ago and I fixed problem. I had cold solder joint on the video power board. It was the board in the middle. The power supply was to the right. The video board had a driver with a bunch of legs. About 7 solder joint where cold or loose. I solder the board and my mitsu wide screen was fixed. Hope this helps. Andy