Originally Posted by vagos1103gr1
Correct this I was meaning, thank you
Ok. Did you see my post yesterday which has a picture which answers this? You haven't replied to it, you've only replied to an argument about what your question was!
There's no way for the Gallery app to have an option to remove the "no signal" message when there's no signal. This is because the "no signal" message is NOT running the damn Gallery app! (That is the answer to
's point). The TV is running the "No Signal" app (a screen, but I'll call it an app to make it clearer - actually everything is an "app" in WebOS) which would have to do that.
The entire purpose of the "No Signal" app is to alert you to the problem/error that you have selected a HDMI input and you're not getting a signal. This absolutely definitely must have the "No Signal" message, that is its raison d'être
There WILL be times that your TV has no signal. When this happens, LG allows you to choose between
- "No signal message with a black background", or
- "No signal message, but also display the pictures from the Gallery App's directory, and NB this is not 'running the real Gallery App' ".
Those are the ONLY two options
for "no signal". There is no "don't display a message, but instead, run the Gallery App" option.
If at other times you want to see the beautiful pictures in the Gallery App (along with - optionally - the music, or your own music), it's really simple: you just run the Gallery App!
If you don't want to see the "no signal" screen - in either of its two forms - all you have to do is don't select a HDMI input which isn't sending a signal to the TV.
If you are using internal apps, this is pretty easy.
I repeat my recommendation for the other themes, which are downloadable as shown below. I have my Gallery App set to Quick Access 7, so when I hold down "7" on the remote it instantly runs Gallery. You've probably only seen a tiny fraction of them - the "no signal" App only accesses one directory.