Display

Menu path: Setup > User Interface > Screen

Every screen connected to the IGEL UD device can be configured independently. The position of the individual screens can be determined in relation to Screen 1.

Use IGEL Setup for configuring display settings

 The display settings are configured using this setup page.

 The display settings are not configured using the IGEL setup. The deactivation will be effective after a reboot.

Screen configuration

Number of screens: Select how many monitors you would like to use.


Info

Identifies each screen connected and specifies the connection and display resolution for each screen.

Always use this menu to identify screens, not the settings in the Windows menu, because they may differ.

Reset Row

Arranges the screens in a single row.

Reset Block

Arranges the screens in two rows.

Rotate Left

Rotates the selected screen anti-clockwise.

Rotate Right

Rotates the selected screen clockwise.

Minus

Removes the screen which was last added.

Plus

Adds a screen.


Screen selection

The selected screen is highlighted with a blue edge. The bar with the operating components makes up the bottom edge of the screen.

  • Selected screen: Selects a screen using this selection box to configure the following settings.
  • Screen resolution: Move the slider to the resolution which the selected screen is to have. The resolution is shown in the right-hand box. From Version 3.12.100, the setting is configured using a slider. If the slider is at the far left, the screen resolution will be detected automatically.


In order for automatic detection to work, the monitor must supply the correct data.


For details of the maximum resolutions supported by IGEL models, please see the data sheet for the relevant device.


For the rotation (pivot), at least 128 MB as video memory must be configured in the thin client's BIOS.

Advanced

  • Refresh rate: Number of individual images per second
    Possible values:
    • 56 ... 100 (default: 60)
  • Graphic card: Graphics card assigned to the selected screen. A graphics card can have more outputs than are actually used. In order to ensure transparency, you may need to assign the graphics cards manually.

    If “Automatic” is set for the monitor and no configurable monitor is found for the selected graphics card, the next available monitor will be used by another graphics card.
  • Monitor: Assigns the screen selected under Selected screen to a monitor connection. Example: HDMI(II) (default: Automatic)

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Last update: November 9, 2018