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Website as wallpaper is incorrectly sized when using Windows ease of access features

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Windows 10 has an accessibility feature to increase text size. It is located in the Settings app under Ease of Access > Display > Make text bigger.

At the default setting, using a website as a wallpaper works perfectly. However, when I increase the text size above 100%, the right side of the website starts getting pushed off the page. I've attached two screenshots: one showing how it's supposed to look at 100% and another showing the problem at 120%.

I can make a scale adjustment to other wallpaper sources, but the option is disabled for websites. Is there a way for me to tell DisplayFusion to fix the scaling?
• Attachment [protected]: text-100-percent.png [48,432 bytes]
• Attachment [protected]: text-120-percent.png [53,886 bytes]
Dec 20, 2020  • #1
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I found a workaround: toggling website wallpaper mouse/keyboard input updates the page to fit the monitor. Seems like a bug on first display then? The wrong size also comes back when I change any wallpaper setting and click Apply.
Dec 21, 2020  • #2
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on
Thanks for the heads up! We'll do some testing with this here to see what we can do.
Dec 23, 2020  • #3
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