MacOS BigSur - M1 support: works great, but it would be really helpful to have the "looks like 2560x1440" option available for 4K resolution
use now a DisplayLink capable hub to use an 2nd external monitor on a M1 MacBook..
works great, but on that screen I can only choose between "Looks like 1920x1080" or the full 4K resolution - which is not really good to read on that monitor.....
Would be really great, if the "Looks like 2560x1440" resolution (scaling of UI) would be supported in one of the following updates.....
Would be great to have HiDPI support for all display resolutions the M1 Macs support for the 1st external monitor632 votes
DisplayLink Manager 1.8 Alpha is adding an alternative way of adding 2560x/3008x missing scaling modes from M1/M2 silicon.
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Improve performance of rotated screens on macOS467 votes
Get rid of lag and high CPU usage with in windows 10, while using a dock. I have seen Windows Driver foundation get as high as 62% when moving items on my screen.79 votes
When i switch between 2 computers using the same dock, all the windows positions are lost and i have to spend time rearranging them back to where i like them (across multiple monitors). I swap pcs regularly during the day and i waste alot of time doing this. If it can retain the windows settings it would be awesome29 votes
This functionality is delivered by Microsoft in Windows 11 in “Multiple Display” section of Windows display settings.
Desktop icons in "show-desktop" mode not clickable when DisplayLink is running on Mac. Issue was introduced in version 1.6.20 votes
Latest release posted on the website today fixes this issue: https://synaptics.com/products/displaylink-graphics/downloads/macos
General overhaul of DisplayLink UI and installation manual. If I were complete beginner, I probably would have no chance to get it running properly.3 votes
Hello, we have started changing to offer an app from the Windows Store on Windows 10.
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