HDMI overscan problem
I have the same issue with a simple Pine64 Debian Linux install from the Pine64 site. Both a 512m and a 1024m board. And using two different TVs with HDMI inputs. The menus and status bar are off the screen.
Does anyone know what to do to shrink this? Is it really just a few of us (especially since I have two boards that exhibit the EXACT same behavior)? My RPi and Beagle Bone do not have these issues.

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