Windows 10 Multi Monitor Semantic Scaling

Diskutiere Windows 10 Multi Monitor Semantic Scaling im Windows 10 Allgemeines Forum im Bereich Windows 10 Foren; Hi there, so I've got a UHD and a FHD monitor. The setup is as shown here . The thing is, that these monitors are ...


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    Windows 10 Multi Monitor Semantic Scaling

    Hi there,

    so I've got a UHD and a FHD monitor. The setup is as shown here. The thing is, that these monitors are 28" and 27", so they are more or less the same size and they stand on the same height. Thus I would like to semantically scale the 2nd monitor by x2, to have a much better transistion from one monitor to another.

    To get this clear: I don't want to scale text, images or whatever. I want to move the cursor from the FHD monitor to the UHD monitor without it hopping up to half the screen height. Vice versa I want to to move the cursor from the UHD monitor to the FHD monitor at any height, not just at a 50% height interval.

    I hope my problem got clear. Any solutions for that?

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    Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit - Build 1607 (14393.576)
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    Intel Core i5-3570K, 32 GB RAM, 500 GB Crucial MX200, XFX Radeon Fury X

    Windows 10 Multi Monitor Semantic Scaling

    Hi Tavados,



    i hope that i understand you right, but this setup you have shown, ist not perfect for the cursor-switching. For a good Dual-Monitoring, you have to set the Monitor with FHD into the middle of the UHD-Monitor. The following picture shows, what i mean:

    Windows 10 Multi Monitor Semantic Scaling-01.jpg

    hope i understood you right and could help you.

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    Windows 10 Multi Monitor Semantic Scaling

    Even if I set the FHD in the middle of the FHD, there is still a 25% interval at the bottom, and another 25% interval at the top from which I cannot go UHD->FHD.
    I don't understand, why Windows makes the users semantically arrange their desktops by resolution and not by physical size, which would make much more sense imho.

    So is there hack to make Windows think, that the monitors have the same resolution, or to actually layout the monitors by their physical size?

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    Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit - Build 1607 (14393.576)
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    Intel Core i5-3570K, 32 GB RAM, 500 GB Crucial MX200, XFX Radeon Fury X

    Windows 10 Multi Monitor Semantic Scaling

    Than answer me that question. How Windows get to know, what physical size the Monitors have?

    This Information doesnt/couldnt get transmitted from Monitor to PC espeacially Windows, because there are FHD-Monitors in sizes from 17" up to 32 " (if you use a TV, so the size could grow up to 50" or 60") and so Windows only get the Information, which screen-size is used.

    In my example Monitor 1 use a WQHD-Panel (2.560 x 1.440) and Monitor 2 use a UXGA-Panel (1.600 x 1.200) ans so are the 1.440 and 1.200 Pixels "nearly the same". In your Example you use a UHD-Panel (3.840 x 2.160) and a FHD-Panel (1.920 x 1.080) and so you have with your UHD-Panel the double size of the FHD-Panel. Logically, that your cursor jumps by switching the screens, even if you set the FHD-Monitor in the middle of the screen.

    The only way to solve the problem ist to set the resolution of your UHD-Panel to FHD, but this is senseless

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    Windows 10 Multi Monitor Semantic Scaling

    Well I don't expect that Windows has the screen size setting as it's default, but it should definately be an option for people that like to tinker with these "problems".
    As there is no such option (afaik), I'm looking for a way to tell Windows a fake resolution or something. I mean there must be a way to achieve what I'm looking for.


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