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Hello, I'm a verteran software developer specializing in .NET technologies. I've worked in consulting for the last 10 years and have been the lead on a variety of projects ranging from Web to Desktop to Reporting for clients large and small. I spend some time managing our teams but what I truely enjoy are those long hours making it all happen cranking out the code. Love it, love it, love it!


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Oct
22
comment suggested algorithms to prevent “image persistence” on an LCD screen
follow up. So, does this come down to a percentage of time that the pixel is activated in 1 state that causes the image persistence issue, or is does the issue only occur if the pixels is active in 1 state for a particular length of time? If it is determined by a percentage of time then you are correct, a quick periodic wipe will not suffice. But, if you need only ensure they change at least once every x time, then the wipe can work. Any additional info is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Oct
22
comment suggested algorithms to prevent “image persistence” on an LCD screen
unfortunately, yes, the reason is that when I used the jsfiddle link the site required the code block to be included in the post. It really didn't add any information to the post and took up a lot of space, so I went this rout. I also didn't like the redirect but figured it was pretty harmless. Thanks for asking.
Oct
22
asked suggested algorithms to prevent “image persistence” on an LCD screen