I have the problem described by Wistaro and Anonyme0 on my rev A. However, the color is NOT the same at all on the rev E. It's very different and, more importantly, matches what CEmu shows.
So it looks like TI fixed that, maybe a better polarization filter or something.
It's impossible to take a photo of that, due to polarization, but the difference is big
I think the LCD changed starting rev. D ?
CEmu could probably have some "emulate old LCD" option that has some color shifting.
It wouldn't fix the slight difference due to computer screens setting, but that's not really a problem.
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Adriweb a écrit:It wouldn't fix the slight difference due to computer screens setting, but that's not really a problem.
The color is relative, so it's not a problem. The problem here is that the color is so different that the purple becomes blue for example.
Is the screen the same on rev E ? That's bad that TI took so long to correct that problem, because people with rev => E (or D) will see the colors differently.
I think I need to buy a rev E
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Never mind, I'll do not use the colours which depend on the revision you're using.
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