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Picture "Multiple display standards compared"
It would be nice to expand this till 4k or 5k cause of the new standards in TV ("Ultra HD Premium"-Logo) and Ultra-HD-BluRay-Player. Sorry for the german article: /review-yyyriluclrgl/popular/newsticker/meldung/CES-2016-Zertifizierung-fuer-hochwertige-Ultra-HD-Fernseher-3060601.html -- 22.214.171.124 (talk) 12:27, 11 January 2016 (UTC)
I've created a draft of an updated chart, I will attach it on the side. If there are any suggestions for changes, I'm open to discussion here. I don't know what resolutions people feel should be listed, though keep in mind there isn't really much space for many resolutions around 1080p or below.
I think that /review-eaddajcryubudlgufraqv/best/wiki/File:Vector_Video_Standards4.svg is the best of all the many charts so far. It is the only chart to include the venerable XGA+ standard, as well as has important notes at the bottom. I think it's great to be adding larger resolutions like 4K which are now becoming more popular, but I think any new chart should be based upon chart 4 I linked above, which I'm quite sure used to be the featured chart in the article until it was replaced by the older, inferior, less complete chart 2 for some reason!! ThinkPadLover123 (talk) 00:17, 2 December 2017 (UTC)
Computer–graphics merge proposal
I don't know whether a merger would improve the coverage or focus, but I know that the reader who is aware of both articles (unlikely, as things stand) ought not be left wondering which article to digest first.
It's simply not good enough to have one refer to the other in the late-to-the-party "see also" section. — MaxEnt 17:14, 22 June 2017 (UTC)
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Need to add new resolution
In the article isn't present the resolution 256x144 common as 144p. It's not very important but from some years it was adopted by YouTube in the settings menu, so it cannot be absent.--Dato24 (talk) 12:41, 25 September 2017 (UTC)
Metricate the screen sizes
When the article gives screen sizes for devices which provide examples of support for a given resolution, they always seem to be in Imperial units. I have no idea how big 37 inches (or whatever size is being used as an example) is. I know metres and millimetres. Can we please dump the Imperial measurements and replace them with SI ones? - Roxor128 (talk) 05:20, 7 November 2017 (UTC)