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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • My current monitor is a 2 year old Iiyama. I'm generally happy with it, but its colours recently became darker ; forcing me to push contrast and luminosity to the maximum. Weird. I guess I'll have to change it soon.
    • I think these gradual decays are worse because they aren't covered by the warranty (at least in the German warranty regulations iiyama explicitely excludes them).

      If you still have a year left in warranty, you can hope that a sudden real failure occurs...and maybe helping a little that this is going to happen. :-) My assumption with iiyama monitors (at least with mine) is that they don't really like excessive switching of modes as I do very frequently when I switch from X to the console and back. Or maybe i
    • I think that my current monitor celebrates its seventh birthday this month. It's an iiyama Vision Master Pro 17, still seems to be working very nicely, and I'm keeping it thank you :-)