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Remove the On Screen Display of a paused screen

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  1. remlap666

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    Whenever I pause a screen, the On Screen Display (OSD) pops up and stays there.

    As it covers probably the lower fifth of the screen, I wasn't always able to see whether the ball had crossed the line, it was a knock-on, who actually threw the first punch etc.

    I found by pressing the Back button on the remote control the OSD disappears leaving a crystal clear paused display.

    I hope this helps some other discerning pedants in our fight for sporting justice.

    | Tue 26 Jan 2021 16:21:55 #1 |
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    Tavit

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    Is this getting sorted because it really winds me up. Sometimes I want to see something in detail when paused but the top and bottom are obscured. My old Humax box used to remove all the OSD after a few seconds.

    | Sat 5 Jun 2021 23:16:38 #2 |
  3. Biggles

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    The EXIT button removes the OSD from a paused screen on my old Humax machines and newer Panasonic machine, if you've got an EXIT button try that.

    | Sun 6 Jun 2021 0:48:10 #3 |
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    Martin Liddle

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    Biggles - 7 hours ago  » 
    The EXIT button removes the OSD from a paused screen on my old Humax machines and newer Panasonic machine, if you've got an EXIT button try that.

    For the FVP-5000T the back button is a better option (as per post #1).

    | Sun 6 Jun 2021 8:35:45 #4 |
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    Tavit

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    Cheers guys. Only took me 6 months to spot that.

    | Mon 7 Jun 2021 21:28:48 #5 |
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    The back/ return yes but also the X or exit button removes the OSD.

    | Thu 10 Jun 2021 8:54:57 #6 |

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