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fullscreen gaming in lower resolution will move content on secondary monitor.

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I know this is standard windows configuration - monitors are aligned to the left.
I have 2 monitor setup. Primary on left side and secondary on right (change is not possible). When I run fullscreen game/app on primary in lower then native resolution, everything on right (secondary) display is shifted to the right. I know that this shift is basically the rest of primary monitor pixels being pushed to the right when it displays lower resolution in fullscreen.
I bought this application in hope it can be used to fix this shift so I can runn low res fullscreen on primary without affecting/shifting anything on secondary. Sadly I was unable to find any function which could help me to fix this. Is there some lock of secondary display? Or some virtual monitor (lower res) which will replace primary when low res fullscreen is activate? - via trigger ? Can you help me? Is it even possible?
Jun 25, 2020  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
There isn't a way to do this, no. You can enable the "Allow taskbar reloading while full screen..." option on the Settings > Taskbar tab to allow the taskbar to update it's position. You can also disable the "Pause wallpaper changes while full screen..." option in the Desktop Wallpaper > Wallpaper Settings window. There isn't a way to "fix" the window positions though.
Jul 2, 2020  • #2
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