slimCODE Posted October 23, 2016 Share Posted October 23, 2016 I have a high-DPI laptop I'm using with two lower-DPI monitors. When editing an average image on the laptop, it obviously looks small. Unfortunately, when I move Paint.NET to a second monitor (bigger but smaller resolution), the image is still very small, even though Paint.NET tells me I'm viewing it at 100%. Paint.NET being a raster graphics editor, I would expect it to use the monitor's pixels 1:1 as opposed to being tricked by DPIs. Is there any way to change this? In this state, the app is useless for my set-up. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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