Issue with LRC when usinf two screens with different definition

Community Beginner ,
Dec 07, 2020

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Hi,

I am using LRC on two screens having a huge definition difference (3840x2160 for the first one and 1920x1200 for the second). They have two scale factors very different : 225% vs 100%.

I have issues for the management of those differents settings whith LR when going from one screen to the other. I always have to switch of the soft and relaunch from the other screen.

It is not the case with PS nor with the other soft I use (DXO, MS office, Chrome...).

Does someone have a solution to solve this problem?

 

P.S. I am on Windows 10.

Thanks for your help.

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Issue with LRC when usinf two screens with different definition

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Hi,

I am using LRC on two screens having a huge definition difference (3840x2160 for the first one and 1920x1200 for the second). They have two scale factors very different : 225% vs 100%.

I have issues for the management of those differents settings whith LR when going from one screen to the other. I always have to switch of the soft and relaunch from the other screen.

It is not the case with PS nor with the other soft I use (DXO, MS office, Chrome...).

Does someone have a solution to solve this problem?

 

P.S. I am on Windows 10.

Thanks for your help.

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Dec 23, 2020

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They have two scale factors very different : 225% vs 100%

Does that mean that you are using Windows Scaling capability? As opposed to just using GPU control Resolution.

 

If both, that can get buggy

 

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