geekgranny: Thanks for the tip on the monitor! I've been looking for a small monitor for my bench. This will also be great for portable use. I will be able to throw it in the trunk (literally, if I wanted to <g>) and not worry about if it gets damaged (i.e. it was cheap).
anyone: Have you discovered any way of adjusting the width of the screen image? Mine has controls for moving the image up/down, left/right, and image height, but not the width. I assume that there is an internal control pot, but I haven't looked for it yet.
Has anyone mapped which screen modes are available? I've tried a few, but haven't done an exhaustive test.
Has anyone determined the make/model of the monitor? Mine is devoid of any markings. About all I can tell is that it was made in '93.
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