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When i enter a game at say 1440p however i set my pc to mainly run at 4k is there anyway to keep the sensor panel position on my secondary monitor when changing resolutions?

 

I know the positions change due to the pixel count on the desktop changing but as the programme defaults to 0,0 position using the top left corner of the sensor panel can we not tell the software to default to 0,0 using the bottom right corner of the sensor panel, therefore i can position my secondary monitor to be top left of my main monitor and no matter what resolution the main monitor changes to the screen panel doesnt move from my secondary monitor.

 

Hope that makes sense.

 

Cheers.

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On 11/10/2020 at 1:30 AM, Neil Penn said:

When i enter a game at say 1440p however i set my pc to mainly run at 4k is there anyway to keep the sensor panel position on my secondary monitor when changing resolutions?

I know the positions change due to the pixel count on the desktop changing but as the programme defaults to 0,0 position using the top left corner of the sensor panel can we not tell the software to default to 0,0 using the bottom right corner of the sensor panel, therefore i can position my secondary monitor to be top left of my main monitor and no matter what resolution the main monitor changes to the screen panel doesnt move from my secondary monitor.

Hope that makes sense.

Cheers.

I think you can get around this issue if you rearrange your monitors in the multi-monitor setup of Windows Settings in a way to make your secondary monitor (the monitor where you place your SensorPanel on) to be the left-most monitor of your monitors.  That way in case the main display resolution changes, the absolute coordinate of the SensorPanel window will still (and will always) be 0,0

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