How to open the "Custom sizing options" window using command line?


  1. yxq
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       #1

    How to open the "Custom sizing options" window using command line?


    I want to use the command line to open the "Custom sizing options" window in Windows 10, please view the image, thank you.
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  2. dalchina's Avatar
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       #2

    What is generally listed e.g
    control.exe /name Microsoft.Display
    now opens Settings.

    MS is moving to Settings from the control panel progressively, so this may be hard to identify now.

    In principle it would be possible to write a small Autohotkey script to navigate there, compile that (easy) and run it from a command line.
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  3. yxq
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    Thank you for your reply.
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  4. Edwin's Avatar
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       #4

    explorer shell:::{C555438B-3C23-4769-A71F-B6D3D9B6053A}

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  5. dalchina's Avatar
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    Here's a resource for that sort of info should you need more..
    CLSID Key (GUID) Shortcuts List for Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
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  6. yxq
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    The "explorer shell:::{C555438B-3C23-4769-A71F-B6D3D9B6053A}" only open the "Display" window, i want to open the "set a custom scaling level" window directly.
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  7. dalchina's Avatar
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       #7

    Look at the resource #5. Say if there's nothing there that suits you.
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  8. yxq
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       #8

    There is no the resouce class, maybe i need to find out a good process software to view or log the processes after click the "set a custom scaling level" link.
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