Hi, I was referring to posts with the same title as my own that have been submitted for years now, that is why I have not commented on this subject before, as I thought that Virgin woud have fixed this problem by now, the lettering is far to big, and the black background obstructs information on the screen, you also mentioned that it is large for people with sight problems. I think you should ask before assuming? I do not have sight problems. I have hearing problems, so I would like to adjust the size to suit my needs, not anyone else
This problem is on my TV box, it does not matter which program I watch, if it has subtitles they are all the same size, I would just love to be able to adjust the size to my needs, and believe there are hundreds maybe thousands of customers with the same feelings
All subtitles should be of around the same size no matter what TV platform you use. These are controlled by guidelines set out by OFCOM who dictate the fonts, colour palette, number of lines & size relative to the picture format. This is why you don’t see adjustments on boxes, as they should all conform to OFCOMs agreed standards for accessibility.
Looking at subtitles on both my V6 boxes, they are the same size as Freeview & Freesat equivalents. So there are 2 possibilities:
1) The picture size on the TV is not correct in relation to the output of the box. Are parts of the picture missing on VM that are visible on Freeview?
2) A fault with the box processor causing miss-placement of the content.
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