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StephB

How can I keep a static webpage on my TV without screensaver

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Hello! 

I just recently purchased the LG OLED 65" and would like to put up a specific website and have it stay on the tv for extended periods of time (15-30min) but the tv always goes to the 'fireworks' type of screensaver  . Can I disable that? I want that website as a background while I record a video in my living room.

 

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Yes that's wonderful, because I want to stare at a black screen with fireworks instead of song lyrics when I use Spotify.

Great job LG. We obviously can't be trusted to handle your $5k televisions with care, so we must be protected from ourselves.

Seriously contemplating to return the TV on account of it not being fit for purpose.

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6 hours ago, oledC9nz said:

Great job LG. We obviously can't be trusted to handle your $5k televisions with care, so we must be protected from ourselves.

Yes there are people that can handle the management of their equipment, but unfortunately companies have to cater for the idiots of the world who would be the first to complain loudly when they ruin their TV.

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On 8/21/2019 at 5:11 AM, George Hofmeister said:

Yes there are people that can handle the management of their equipment, but unfortunately companies have to cater for the idiots of the world who would be the first to complain loudly when they ruin their TV.

And they can surely do that by providing an option in the settings, even hidden away deeply under the scary "advanced" settings, to turn off the screensaver. The idiots of the world won't be able to find the setting, and the responsible adults will be able to use their TV in a way that works for them. Win win!

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