Solved Can I shrink the display to compensate for Pen edge problems?

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  1. tubers

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    Can I shrink the display to compensate for Pen edge problems?

    e.g.

    Run 1600 x 900,
    100% scaling,
    black bars on top and bottom,
    1:1 pixel ratio,
    no distortion/upscaling/interpolation,
    proper scaling
    ; circles are circles.

    So it may be easier to understand, please take a look at this image:

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    The black area represents the Surface Pro 2's 1080p native resolution.

    The white area is something I am hoping that is possible to compensate for Wacom Pen edge accuracy problems.
     
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    Found it.

    You have to install the HD Intel Drivers to gain access to Intel Grahpics Options and it does have the option to do what I said.

    Doesn't seem to help much with the Pen accuracy tho.
     
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    Glad you found most of the solution! Marking SOLVED.
     

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