Originally Posted by improwise
Thing is, as a HTPC owner, I set the TV to screen fit as soon as I hooked it up (anyone with a HTPC know why) and I am certain that I have had the Pixel Orbiter enabled since then. But, can see if I can reproduce. Could have been when i had it set ut via HDMI output from HTPC (which is normally connected to the projector). Could also have been while experimenting with different names for input. Will let you know if I find out
be the case... only if the resolution of your HTPC wasn't 1920 x 1080 and your TV didn't cover the whole image in Screen Fit.
I have a feeling you won't be able to reproduce it, though. I bet the computer in the TV has programmed:
If (HDMI && Screen Fit)
pixelOrbiterOption = false;
Anything else might be a glitch, and something we would consider is worth contacting Samsung over in case they need to do some firmware fixes.
If you changed your input to PC, changed a setting to Game Mode, changed a preset, changed a resolution, or accidentally pressed a button on your remote, you may
have triggered some settings changes like Zoom. For instance, when I change from 480i to 720p to 1080i on DirecTV, it remembers what I last used (Screen Fit, 16:9, Wide Zoom... you name it). It keeps it on the same picture preset, though (in my case, probably CAL-DAY).