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I'm trying to display Atari ST on a NTSC CRT TV, via composite. The source is Raspberry Pi running Retropie/Hatari. It sort of works, but I get overscan on the horizontal (display goes over a little to the right and left) - guessing it has to do with original Atari res being different than 720p that RPi is outputting. Now, this is a common problem but on majority of other consoles and micros (especially when using composite) but it can be rectified by using variety of config tricks, shaders and suchlike. Unfortunately Atari ST is a rather niche machine (at least in RPi circles) and there is scarcity of info available. Also the hatari libretro core (these are often working nicely with CRTs) is reportedly incomplete. I'm actually just having a very similar problem with Amiga, but there I managed to sort of compromise it by using peculiar resolution (704x216)...it took many days of trial and error though. I was hoping maybe somebody here could advise what settings to choose in Hatari - there are two display-related sections (Atari & Hatari) both containing multum of settings and I'm not sure which ones could help/hinder my efforts (plus there is an option to use "no-borders" Hatari emu itself). I tried messing with them for a bit but with no real effect. EDIT: Ha...just as I posted it I've tried again and got onto something: chose both show "borders" and "fullscreen" options. This produces nicely scaled image which fits horizontal nearly perfect. But - there are borders on top and bottom. So my additional question also is, what was a real ST display like on a CRT? Were there borders or was the whole screen filled?