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Using The Crosshair Feature; Using Multi-monitor Align - HP 25x User Manual

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If the Crosshair option is active, pressing the Message Timer hot key will turn on the selected Message
Timer and turn off Crosshair.
If the FPS option is active, pressing the Message Timer hot key will turn on the selected Message Timer
and turn off FPS.
If the Message Timer is active, and either FPS or Crosshair is activated, then the Message Timer is hidden
but continues to run in the background.

Using the Crosshair feature

The Crosshair menu allows you to customize various characteristics of a monitor-controlled OSD pointer
through the submenus listed below. To use the Crosshair option:
1.
Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.
2.
In the OSD, select Gaming.
3.
Select Crosshair, and then select On.
4.
Configure the Crosshair using the submenus listed below.
Configure: Select individual graphics parts that make up an on-screen crosshair/pointer by
selecting the check boxes next to the options you want to display. Multiple options can be
combined to form your own customized Crosshair. A preview window will be displayed at the
bottom of the Crosshair OSD menu.
Color: Allows you to select the Crosshair color on the screen.
Location: Allows you to select the Crosshair location on the screen.
NOTE:
The Crosshair will not appear on the screen until the OSD menu is closed.

Using Multi-Monitor Align

The Multi-Monitor Align OSD option displays a full-screen alignment pattern that will assist you in setting up
multiple monitors side by side. Selecting this option exits the OSD and displays the full screen alignment
pattern.
To use Multi-Monitor Align:
1.
Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.
2.
In the OSD, select Gaming.
3.
Select Multi-Monitor Align, and then select On.
4.
Press the center joystick button exit the pattern.
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Chapter 2 Using the monitor

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