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Can anyone explain what this image does to my display?

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When this image here (https://pixeldrain.com/u/FDZ2rAdm) is viewed at 100% size on my computer, it produces red/green horizontal line thingies like this (https://pixeldrain.com/u/PHXcq7Hn , https://pixeldrain.com/u/eotbcXau). They move with the image and covering parts of the image fades them away. Changing the hue of the image makes them sorta "rotate". Display capture doesn't pick them up. It seems like it's caused by alternating pixel lines but I still have no idea why it does what it does. It seems to happen to some other people but not all. Anyone have a clue?

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Hello, Someone has change your display settings. So please check your settings. You will not face the problem

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