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    Treecup Gorge commented  · 

    Only solution I have found is to launch any application that I want to be scaled with: `env GDK_SCALE=0.5 GDK_DPI_SCALE=0.5 CLUTTER_SCALE=0.5 appname`

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    Treecup Gorge commented  · 

    I suggest everyone here also 'upvote' this request, it is a sub-request of this one: https://support.displaylink.com/forums/287786-displaylink-feature-suggestions/suggestions/34104508-support-ubuntu-18-04

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    Treecup Gorge commented  · 

    For me Rotation and Mirroring work via Ubuntu (just the standard desktop monitor settings). However the `xrandr --scale` option doesn't work. This is EXTREMELY frustrating, since my laptop monitor is 4k, and my external USB monitor is FHD. So everything looks HUGE on it.

    Only solution I have found is to launch any application that I don't want to be scaled with: `env GDK_SCALE=0.5 GDK_DPI_SCALE=0.5 CLUTTER_SCALE=0.5 appname`

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