Squiggly lines on a widescreen

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by 1bigsteve, Jul 27, 2006.

  1. Has anyone noticed the quality of the lines, i.e. Stochastic, Moving Averages, etc., on a widescreen vs. a normal screen format?

    I am tempting to buy a widescreen but I'm concerned about the quality of the "curvy" lines on a widescreen. I like lines to look smooth not jagged as they go from say horizontal to angled. Most angled lines look jagged where as horizontal or verticle lines are smooth. I want to be able to see the cross-over of the lines in MA's and Stochastics without having to "zoom in."


    -1bigsteve (o:
  2. my squiggle's lag longer because of the wide aspect...
  3. DannoXYZ


    If you're talking about LCD screens, you have to make sure you're using the NATIVE resolution of the display. So if the screen's got 1920x1200 resolution, you HAVE to run that on the video card. If you try to pump 1280x1024 into that screen, you'll end up with ugly lines due to the interpolation and resampling needed.