Hi, I have a multi screen setup with my desktop, my main is 1440p(with 125% dpi scaling) and the others are 1080p(with 100% dpi scaling), I prefer it this way as text is … (funda kabanzi)
I have a multi screen setup with my desktop, my main is 1440p(with 125% dpi scaling) and the others are 1080p(with 100% dpi scaling), I prefer it this way as text is displayed at a more consistent size between all screens.
However every time I move a Firefox window to another screen it will resize to fit within that screen, even when it would a have fitted fine as it was before the move.
This is of great inconvenience to me as it keeps on happening until the window size is unreasonably small...
I feel there is obviously a feature within Firefox that is causing this inconvenient behavior, as it does not happen to other software UIs, See this https://youtu.be/Hu61IGSrsKI
So Is there any way to prevent that behavior? , As I have not seen any options in settings that refer to it, nor have other resources online been informative.
Notes: I'm on windows 11 and I'm up to date, Yes I'm using some UI modes to make it look like Win10 but disabling them does not change this behavior Multi screen snap feature is disabled, Remember this is not happening to other UI windows on my system. Yes if I turn off the increased DPI scaling on my main screen it no longer happens, but if other UIs work fine why not Firefox, why should my preferences have to change to suit... :)
Any tips on this would be greatly appreciated