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14:30 <Dan39> is there a way to disable the overlays for stuff like when i seek or change audio volume?
14:31 <debdog> press o to toggle OSD options
14:32 <debdog> you prolly want "OSD: disabled"
14:35 <iive> -osdlevel 0
14:35 <iive> i think
14:35 <debdog> also there is commandline option "-osdle
14:35 <debdog> right
14:36 <iive> if you put it in config file, it becomes "osdlevel=0"
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15:27 <Dan39> -osdlevel 0 is what i want i think :)
15:31 <Dan39> perfect, thanks guys
15:31 <Dan39> i tried looking through the man for it, but didnt see that :\
15:31 <Dan39> was greping for "overlay" though
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15:45 <iive> it's on screen display
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