Windows 10: Different display escalation depending on the app
Different display escalation depending on the app
I want to keep 1920x1080 resolution, and the 125% scale-display option by default.
Any way to change automatically the scale to 100% when an specific app gets the focus, and return to 125% when lost the focus?
I need this resolution, and 125 is the perfect scale for a normal usage. But when I have to use art tools (2d and 3d) I need to work using 100% (if not: incorrect areas using digital tablet, hidden panels on some apps and other issues).
Any way? task scheduler or similar, maybe?
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