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Can't lock sensor panel in secondary screen after restart


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Hi !!

Firts sorry for my english, if I start my 1024x600 panel sensor on my main screen (4k resolution) it resizes to 2304x1364 and even if I move it to the secondary screen it doesn't resize.
I have to put the 1024x600 secondary screen as the main screen, after starting aida64 and now the panel is seen in 1024x600, then I put the 4k screen as the main screen again and the panel moves to the 4k screen in 1024x600 and now it is only to move it to the secondary screen active all the options of blocking size and position and it works perfect.
Here if I deactivate the display of the sensor panel and I activate it again appears in secondary screen.
The problem is that when I restart the computer it returns to the 4k screen with a resolution of 2304x1364 and I have to do the same process again, I don't know how to make it start on the secondary screen.

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6 minutes ago, Atila said:

Hi !!

Firts sorry for my english, if I start my 1024x600 panel sensor on my main screen (4k resolution) it resizes to 2100 and even if I move it to the secondary screen it doesn't resize.
I have to put the 1024x600 secondary screen as the main screen, after starting aida64 and now the panel is seen in 1024x600, then I put the 4k screen as the main screen again and the panel moves to the 4k screen in 1024x600 and now it is only to move it to the secondary screen active all the options of blocking size and position and it works perfect.
Here if I deactivate the display of the sensor panel and I activate it again appears in secondary screen.
The problem is that when I restart the computer it returns to the 4k screen with a resolution of 2100 and I have to do the same process again, I don't know how to make it start on the secondary screen.

For such multi-monitor issues usually the solution is to move the smaller screen to the left of the main screen in the Windows Settings.  That way in case the main screen resolution changes, it won't affect the SensorPanel position.

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17 minutes ago, Fiery said:

For such multi-monitor issues usually the solution is to move the smaller screen to the left of the main screen in the Windows Settings.  That way in case the main screen resolution changes, it won't affect the SensorPanel position.

Thanks for answering.
I have tried to put it to the left in various positions and it does not solve it.
When I close and open aida the panel returns to the 4k screen at 2304x1364.
If I open aida64 on the 1024x600 screen as the main one, it opens it well, but if I put the 4k screen as the main one, it opens it on the 4k screen and at 2304x1364
I have tried both the panel sensor and the osd panel and it is the same

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It is a problem with the resolutions, when I put the two screens in 1024x600 resolution and leave the panel sensor on the secondary screen ... I restart the computer and the panel remains on the secondary screen. But when I change the resolution of my main screen to 4k the panel returns to the main screen in 2304x1364. Another way for it to stay on the secondary screen is to change the resolution of the panel to 1024x600 but it is cut off, the only way for the panel to appear full is to change the resolution of windows to 1024x600

Automatic resolution when I import the panel

aida64 2300.jpg

Panel cut off when I change resolution to 1024x600 on my main 4k screenaida64 sensor corto.jpg

Is there a way to import my sensor panel and not rescale it?

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If anyone in this thread is still having this problem, I have written a piece of software that solves the problem for me.  It allows you to designate a monitor and it will make sure the sensor panel sticks to that monitor even if you move it around or if your monitor configuration changes (like turning off a monitor, etc.).  See this thread:

 

 

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