#20 TV Colors wrong until nvtv (with gui) executed once

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nobody
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2004-07-01
2004-07-01
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The colors of the TV are wrong; white and shades of
yellow and blue followed by black if you see the
color-bars.

Applying "--set Colorfix:1" doesn't work.

When you switch to TV (without using the gui: "nvtv -X
-r 640,480 -s medium -S PAL -t"), the picture on the TV
is not a negative of the picture on the monitor, but
consist of purple, green, white and black. Other
variations of commandline options yield the same weird
colors.

Starting "nvtv" once (so that it uses the gui) fixes
the colors until the next reboot no matter how many
times you switch between TV and monitor. I can just
start "nvtv" and press ^C, I don't even have to switch
modes or push any button.

I'm using:

Linux kernel 2.6.5 (without patches)

XFree86 Version 4.3.0.1 (Debian 4.3.0.dfsg.1-4
20040529113443 root@cyberhq.inter
nal.cyberhqz.com)

Nvidia binary kernel module version 1.0.5336

VGA compatible controller: nVidia Corporation NV15DDR
[GeForce2 Ti] (rev a4)

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