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I have two monitors. Main 28" Philips 288E2A, 4K 3840 × 2160 and second 24" Philips 243V7QJABF, Full HD 1920 × 1080. When I have panels on the main monitor everything is fine - all cursor sizes are the same.
When I have panels on the second monitor, every cursor other than the arrow is bigger. Cursors are the same size even if I change their size to maximum in windows preferences. In that case the arrow is huge, but the other cursors are still the same size as in the described situation - so they are now small compared to the arrow.
Another issue is that after hovering the mouse, the descriptions on the panels do not pop up if the panel is not on the same monitor as the program window. (It doesn't matter what kind of monitor it is or whether it's primary or secondary.)
The third isuue is that everything on the secondary monitor is always a bit blurry (it doesn't matter if it's a 4k monitor or a FullHD monitor) if both monitors don't have the same scale.
It only happens in Indesign, other Adobe programs don't have this problems.
Main display has scale 175%, second 100%.
If I set the monitors to have the same scale, everything is fine on the second monitor as well. Cursors are all the same size and descriptions are displayed, nothing is blurred.
Windows 11 Pro, version 22H2
InDesign 18.1 x 64
Main monitor: 28" Philips 288E2A, 4K 3840 × 2160
Second monitor: 24" Philips 243V7QJABF, Full HD 1920 × 1080
Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 5700X
Graphic: MSI Radeon RX 6650 XT MECH 2X 8G OC
RAM: Kingston FURY 32GB KIT DDR4 3600MHz CL16 Renegade RGB 1Gx8Tomáš Rychlý supported this idea ·