I hope there is a simple answer to this question…
Ive just powered up my Nano for the first time, and having gone through the various setup stages, I arrived a t the desktop display. The first thing I noticed was that the backdrop is predominantly white, with pink patterning, rather than the balck/green shown in the tutorial videos, however I didn’t really take much notice at the time.
More importantly, the ‘task bar’ down the left hand side of the display is 75% hidden off the edge of the screen, and no amount of fiddling with the available screen resolutions will bring it on to the screen properly. The TV I’m using as a monitor is a 47" Panasonic Viera ET5 series, and it is connected via a good quality HDMI lead.
Anyway, noving onwards I installed a USB wifi adaptor (the recommended EdiMax one) and managed to get it to connect to my wireless network ok - then, as a test, I tried to play some of the YouTube videos from Nvidia’s website and discoverred that the video on these (and other YouTube videos) is inverted (certainly the Chrominance component, not so sure about the Luminance).
I’m not sure if it’s relevant, but looking at the display properties, Ubuntu seems to think that the display is a 32" type.
Obviously, this colour inversion is the reason that the backdrop was white/pink at the start, and since it’s not something that I can live with, I need to find a solution.
Has anyone come across this before, and how did you solve it?
Many thanks for any advice/assistance you can offer