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XBMC on Raspberry Pi (Openelec): disable change of resolution screen?

Posted on 2013-06-04
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Hi,

Please see this overview.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ghewtpjsvbypy1h/Overview.pdf 

It works fine as long as I keep the resolution of my XBMC to 1280 x 720 but for some reason sometimes it switches to 1280 x 768 and I get "video mode not supported".

I have to play around with the s-video of the raspberry again and again, reboot and reboot, then I can set video to 1280 x 720, I get "video mode not supported" (s-video connected) and switch to hd output (on tv) to accept the settings.

Is there a way to let XBMC NOT change resolution?

Please advise.
J
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Have you looked through the XBMC settings,

This is a screenshot from my system,
XBMCI would try adjusting the auto adjusting settings


After looking at your diagram, i now realize that the Raspberry is a piece of hardware not a theme. My suggestion could help, but i'm not sure, i'll leave it posted for something to think about.
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