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Old 11-21-2007, 01:32 PM   #2
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kt: The way I was viewing, they were on top of the images, blocking the bottom sixth (or so) of the screen. Ugh. They simply duplicate the audio. If they are meant as closed captioning, surely they should be optional?
It does indeed sound like (LOL!!) the closed captions--welcome to my world...'-}}

>>(And surely they could have made them less ugly.)

I'll take having them and being readable over anything else...

My guess is that since you are not watching via a "regular" dvd player, that you can't access all the options--like turning the captioning off...

TV DVD players are *really* inexpensive--surprisingly so--at least they were a few years ago when I decide to buy one. I got a vcr/dvd player for $80 at buy.com...they are probably even less expensive now...might be worth buying one???

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