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    35 comments  ·  DisplayLink Feature Suggestions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Phil commented  · 

    This is the same as: https://support.displaylink.com/forums/287786-displaylink-feature-suggestions/suggestions/42222769-macos-bigsur-m1-support-works-great-but-it-wou#comments

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    This is very very important!

    I am having the issue of missing resolutions of HiDPI with DisplayLink on a M1 MacBook Pro running MacOS 11.1.

    The same monitor, connected directly to the mac, offers several more resolutions, including 3008x1692px (my preferred one).

    Now, the same monitor connected via DisplayLink 6950 leaves out all HiDPI resolutions between 1920x1080px and the full 3840x2160.

    So, it is not a problem with the EDID provided by the monitor, but a problem with the DisplayLink Adaptor or rather the DisplayLink Manager.

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    Phil commented  · 

    +1

    This is very very important!

    I am having the issue of missing resolutions of HiDPI with DisplayLink on a M1 MacBook Pro running MacOS 11.1.

    The same monitor, connected directly to the mac, offers several more resolutions, including 3008x1692px (my preferred one).

    Now, the same monitor connected via DisplayLink 6950 leaves out all HiDPI resolutions between 1920x1080px and the full 3840x2160.

    So, it is not a problem with the EDID provided by the monitor, but a problem with the DisplayLink Adaptor or rather the DisplayLink Manager.

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