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DPI Aware Multi Monitor Wallpaper

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Kara1
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How come DisplayFusion only considers resolution when spanning an image across monitors? Images will always mismatch if DPI is not considered.

I've tried spanning an image or combining monitors to span an image but it appears impossible to actually configure a wallpaper that will exactly match across screens.

LittleBigMouse (image attached) can perfectly predict the ratio's of the screens to each other, DisplayFusion (image attached) is completely off.

I would expect this to be default behavior or at least have a setting to fix this behaviour. Is there anything I can do?
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Jan 15, 2020  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I'm not really sure what I'm looking at in the Little Big Mouse screenshot. What do each of those numbers mean? I tried testing it here, but it wouldn't even show one of my monitors in the config

For DisplayFusion, we do have this on our feature request list, but no ETA on it. It's not as simple as it may seem, unfortunately. We will definitely post an update if we're able to implement it in a future version.

Thanks!
Jan 15, 2020  • #2
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Kara1
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In Little Big Mouse it shows me the real world relative size and position of the monitors. As you can see I have a 24" and 27" display next to each other and have a real world surface area ratio closer to a 1.25:1 rather than the 4:1 when you're just considering pixels (4K vs HD).

The misalignment across screens is quite jarring. I hope it will be patched soon.
Jan 16, 2020  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Ah ok, I see what you mean there! We will definitely post an update here if/when we're able to implement this.

Thanks!
Jan 16, 2020  • #4
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