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Some LCD indicators have shifted

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My DR and WB and burst indicators seem to have slipped to the right on my LCD screen. I can now only see the edges of them.
Any ideas what may have caused it or how to put it right

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36 minutes ago, itchy shutter finger said:

Just a really wild guess here, but have you been playing with large indicators? If so, try changing back to small indicators and turn the camera off, then back on. Perhaps even try a firmware reset.

Yes, I did try large indicators but put them back to normal size and have had the camera on and off a few times since then. I am wondering a firmware reset is going to be the only solution. 
Many thanks 

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Ended up reloading all firmware and still hasnt cured the problem. The vertically stacked indicators on the r h side of the LCD have all moved a couple of millimetres off screen and you can only see the edge of them. All other on-screen indicators are unaffected. The EVF indicators are also unaffected. I am baffled

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