*** SOLVED *** Beta 35 screen resolution problem

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*** SOLVED *** Beta 35 screen resolution problem

#1 Post by brlowe » Sun Apr 18, 2021 6:42 pm

I have downloaded the latest beta 35 and I’m getting strange resolutions for 2 of my monitors.
If I select a panel and then select the drop down for show panel on display my Wimaxit display shows 2880x1620? It is a 1920x1080 display and that what windows shows.
My RSG GNS530 shows 960x720 and windows shows 640x480.
Any idea what is going on. My panels will not display correctly.
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Re: Beta 35 screen resolution problem

#2 Post by Ralph » Mon Apr 19, 2021 3:25 am

Please note that there's a search function: https://siminnovations.com/forums/searc ... ubmit=Zoek

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Re: Beta 35 screen resolution problem

#3 Post by brlowe » Mon Apr 19, 2021 4:26 pm

Ralph wrote:
Mon Apr 19, 2021 3:25 am
Please note that there's a search function: https://siminnovations.com/forums/searc ... ubmit=Zoek
I did try the search and did not find what I thought was the answer but now reading these threads you linked I found the issue.
My main monitor is a 55" 4K tv and I had scaling set on it but not on the Wimaxit monitor. So I turned that off and all but 1 of my panels worked. The bad one I had to delete and import again and it worked. No clue why on that but I'm sure it is me.
So in reading those posts more I found one about making a change in Compatibility to correct this so I tried that and it now it is working even with the scaling on the 4K tv set to 150%.

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Re: *** SOLVED *** Beta 35 screen resolution problem

#4 Post by Ralph » Mon Apr 19, 2021 6:13 pm

Scaling almost always causes difficulties. Unfortunately there's no (easy) solution.

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