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[solved] How to lock sensor panel on 2nd monitor


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Hi togehther,

found AIDA64 in a YT Video with an external Display and loved it. I am new to this.
I have a 5" HDMI 800x480 Display connected to my Graphic Card. This Display is recognized as the 2. Monitor in Windows and I added a Sensorpanel on this second Monitor. Everything is okay.

Except I start a Game and this Game changes the Resolution on the primary first Monitor to a smaller Resolution. The resolution on the second Monitor did not change, of course!
In this case the sensorpanel seems to move more to the right. But I cannot do anything to bring back it to the second Monitor.  Switching back to the normal Resolution, the sensorpanel comes back.

I wonder, how can I lock the sensorpanel to the second Monitor, regardless the resoluton on another Monitor changes. 

I set these settings (see picture).

Regards.

2020-12-30 08_47_17-Preferences - AIDA64.png

2020-12-30 08_52_01-Einstellungen.png

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4 hours ago, BlablaBlup said:

Hi togehther,

found AIDA64 in a YT Video with an external Display and loved it. I am new to this.
I have a 5" HDMI 800x480 Display connected to my Graphic Card. This Display is recognized as the 2. Monitor in Windows and I added a Sensorpanel on this second Monitor. Everything is okay.

Except I start a Game and this Game changes the Resolution on the primary first Monitor to a smaller Resolution. The resolution on the second Monitor did not change, of course!
In this case the sensorpanel seems to move more to the right. But I cannot do anything to bring back it to the second Monitor.  Switching back to the normal Resolution, the sensorpanel comes back.

I wonder, how can I lock the sensorpanel to the second Monitor, regardless the resoluton on another Monitor changes. 

I set these settings (see picture).

Regards.

2020-12-30 08_47_17-Preferences - AIDA64.png

2020-12-30 08_52_01-Einstellungen.png

Simply move the secondary display to the left of the primary display to make sure AIDA64 can lock its position properly even when the primary display resolution changes.

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