Thanks for the help - it came mostly in the form of monitor adjustment
tools. Didn't find any circuit diagrams or sources for one. We were in
a time bind because sending out monitors for repair takes several
weeks. And, being a university, money to buy new equipment is rare.
Resondents are listed below. The replies are:
"Under Sundiag there is a color bar test" - these were not static,
however, and so won't help the user needing a stable pattern to aid
Kevin Martinez has two cartesian grids that help align the color guns.
They can be found at ftp.rahul.net in /pub/lps
red-blu.gif ) These weren't the exact names I found
rgb.gif ) but are the names given by Kevin
Dan Stromberg sent a gif file of colors bars which he generated from a c
It was suggested that we could use a terminal as the console - but we do
a lot of data visualization here. The user with the bad monitor really
needs the whole works.
Others carry maintenance on all hardware - but we are a university. What we can
possibly do ourselves we try to do ourselves.
I got a few notes about repair places.
What we finally did: We made some internal "deals" to find the money to
buy a new monitor. I called around and got the best price and we got a
new one in overnight. The bad monitor will be sent out to be repaired
with the usual 3-week turnaround time and we will keep it as a spare
should this come up again.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Cindy Yoho)
From: Kevin Martinez <email@example.com>
From: Dan Stromberg - OAC-CSG <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: email@example.com (David Weitzel)
From: "Frank 'Scruffy' Miller" <Frank.Miller@master.CNA.TEK.COM>
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Paul E. Silun)
From: email@example.com (Don Lenamond)
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