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Subtitle comes out almost middle of the screen,, which is very weird,  when using 'Google Cast' in Photo&Video app, even though I set it's position to -2(lowest).

Rather than position adjustment (+4 ~ -2), I think LG should fix this up ASAP like "bottom" "middle" "top" of screen,  just as any other video player app.

I use LG 55UM7300.

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