Use the Cintiq On-Screen Display (OSD) controls to adjust a variety of display settings.
Factory presets: For optimal display quality, set your video card to a resolution of 1920x1200. This is the maximum (native) resolution that can be used with Cintiq. For more details, see On-Screen Display options and the Important Product Information guide, accessible from the My Devices section of the Wacom Desktop Center.
Auto-sync: Cintiq automatically synchronizes to the incoming signal. The auto-sync function sets the horizontal and vertical screen position, as well as pitch and phase. Auto-sync will function between the supported horizontal and vertical frequency ranges.
If the Cintiq does not synchronize with the incoming signal, you can use the OSD Reset or Auto Adjust options to initiate display synchronization.
Color calibration: Changing the color, color temperature, contrast, brightness, or backlight from their default settings will override the color profile used with Cintiq.
To open or exit the OSD menu, press the Menu button.
Use the selection buttons to navigate and select an option.
To choose an option, press the Select button.
Activates the selected OSD menu option.
Opens or exits the OSD menu.
Navigates to the left or right through the OSD menu.
Navigates up or down through the OSD menu. Increases or decreases selected item values.
Returns the OSD to factory settings.
The OSD menu will automatically close after a few moments of inactivity. You can also press the Menu button to close the menu. All settings for all display modes are automatically saved when the OSD menu closes, and will be used the next time the unit receives a similar video signal.
If you make changes to the display appearance and cannot return to the original settings, use the Reset button to return the pen display to its original factory defaults.