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Derek Brown

Displaying Analytics Dashboard

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I just purchased an LG 55" UJ6200 and want to use it to display an analytics dashboard in my office. It will be a mostly static display of KPIs and I want to display it from a web site.

The issue I run into is the cursor displays persistently and won't disappear, so even when in full screen on the web browser, the cursor is displayed. I put it to the bottom right corner but it's still visible. Do you have any suggestions for how I full screen display a website without any of the browser's UI showing?

Thanks,

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1 minute ago, nemilose said:

Why don't you connect a computer with the TV?

Because the TV satisfies 99% of my requirements. The only issue is the visible cursor.

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