Utility to test the quality of screens
Screentest is a CRT and LCD screen testing utility. Ever wondered how
good the quality (sharpness, linearity, convergence, etc.) of your
CRT/LCD monitor is? Screentest displays the testing patterns which you
can use to evaluate the quality of your monitor.
This is a program for tesing the quality of CRT/LCD screens. It displays
various patterns and allows you to estimate the quality of your CRT/LCD
This is a postcardware (see the top of the file COPYING).
See the file INSTALL for instructions of how to build this program.
See the file NEW_TESTS for details on adding a new test screens.
The homepage of this program is
* Major overhaul. Now uses GTK+ 2.x and libglade
* I18N - Please translate! (Has some issues with international characaters,
should be solved in the next version)
* More flexible colour selection, now pops up a colour picker for colours.
* Make it easier to write new tests.
* This is a new program, so first news is this very existence :-)
screentest - utility for testing the quality of CRT screens.
It displays various patterns and allows you to estimate the
quality of your CRT monitor. You can add new test modes, see
the /usr/share/doc/screentest/NEW_TESTS file for details.
screentest (2.0-2.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Properly display non-ASCI
Sun Aug 5 21:48:55 CEST 2007 Tobias Gruetzmacher <email@example.com>
* Update german translat
This program is written by Jan "Yenya" Kasprzak & Tobias Gruetzmacher.
This package was debianized by Rafal Zawadzki <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Sat, 21 Sep 2002 13:39:23 +020
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