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Topic: «Profiles: Display Scale & Layout , Do Profiles retain display scale & layout settings? » on forum: Technical Support   Views: 220
 
Larry Hess
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Posted: 04.11.2019 04:41:05
 
 
Should profiles retain the display & layout settings?

Larry Hess CPA
Albuquerque, NM USA
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 13.11.2019 19:04:35
 
 
Hello, Larry

Thank you for contacting us.

Desktop profiles should retain the monitors layout settings, although, the monitors won't be displayed in desktop profile if they're not connected to the computer at the moment. Once you connect them and restart the configuration module they should be displayed in accordance with the saved layout.

As for Display Scale, if you mean the "Size of text, apps etc." setting with percentage values 100%, 125% etc., then this setting is not stored in desktop profiles. Do you want it to be stored?


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Larry Hess
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Posted: 13.11.2019 23:36:49
 
 
Yes. Let me explain how it would benefit me. I have 2 desktops each having 2 monitors. I also have a laptop.

The resolution on the monitors on desktop 1 is 1920 x 1080.
The resolution of the monitors on desktop 2 is 1280 x 1024.
The resolution on my laptop is 1920 x 1080.

When I access desktop 1 from desktop 2 I have a profile that changes the resolution on desktop 1 to match desktop 2. I have a 2nd profile to reset desktop 1 when I am using it in person.

When I access remotely desktop 1 from my laptop, because of the physically small screen on the laptop (13in), I get the best results if the display on desktop 1 is set to 125%. I would like to have a 3rd profile that deals with this setting.

I hope this clearly explains why I am making this request.

Larry Hess CPA
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