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Drivers recognize Screens wrong

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Drivers recognize Screens wrong

Postby EmiliaChan » Mon 7. Aug 2017, 12:57


i am currently using a "Wacom Intuos PT S" on my 2 monitor setup. Important about my screens is that one Monitor (Main Monitor, set as Monitor 1 by windows) is 16:9, while the other one (secondary, set as #2 in windows) is 4:3 Picture.
I use my tablet (besides drawing) to play osu, a rhytm game where you need to aim, i use the tablet for that. I wanted to set the Display area to my Main screen only for the game and got kinda cruious as my main monitor got recognized as "Monitor 2" (german= Bildschirm 2) Picture. I didnt think much of it at first, but once i jumped into osu, i realized that apperently it's only using a 4:3 screen size of my 16:9 monitor. This is as far as i can go to the left.
I assume that it's because the wacom program mixed up the names of the monitors.
Anyone else with a similar problem/a fix?

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Drivers recognize Screens wrong

Postby wacom4 » Mon 7. Aug 2017, 13:54

Does it help when you define a proportional amount of the tablet?
The tablet area is more 4:3 than 16:9. Check if "Force Proportions" already helps (Proportionen erzwingen).

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Re: Drivers recognize Screens wrong

Postby EmiliaChan » Fri 18. Aug 2017, 21:43

If i confine a specific area (like 16:9) it doesnt help as well, the area seems to get cut off at a 4:3 width

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