How do I prove that the lines are present?

Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by andrewp, Jun 10, 2009.

  1. andrewp macrumors member

    Oct 24, 2008

    After a lot of mess with my MBA and the danish retailer where I bought my Mac 6 months ago, it's going to the workshop for the 4th time. Last time they made two small scratches on the screen but denied to fix it. So (to avoid the usual 9 months of proclaiming) I'm going to send it in once again along with 10 other problems including the lines.

    Now, I can see the lines (not 100% clear, but they are there), but my question is, how can I show it to the workshop and avoid to get the "I can't see it" answer? Is it more visible on some backgrounds/images or how?
  2. macbook123 macrumors 68000

    Feb 11, 2006
  3. xpovos macrumors 6502a


    Jun 7, 2007
    They disappear at an angle, so view straight on and up close. Light backgrounds. If the viewer focuses his/her eyes on just a single point on the screen, they're harder to see. Observer needs to have a wide field of view, much like what's advocated in professional motorcycle training courses (if that helps at all).
  4. andrewp thread starter macrumors member

    Oct 24, 2008
    Thanks xpovos, you are absolutely right that it is much easier to see it from a wide point of view.
    But isn't there any image that makes it even more obvious and unarguable?
  5. stoconnell macrumors 6502

    Mar 22, 2009
    Rockville (Despite REM's plea.)
    I'd say an all white or light colored screen (e.g. safari on google home page or these very forum pages).

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