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Problem Details:The game doesnt display properly if the resolution set is smaller than my screen resolution

still an issue if i change my screen to 1080p and set the game to display 1080p

Using a 4k monitor


Also the game seems to have an insane amount of latency if i run it in borderless/windowed or even in fullscreen if the resolution is lower than my display(doesn't show on the fps counter but it definitively feels as if i get 300ms+ of latency) making ctb unplayable. i get 0.38ms normally.


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What graphics card are you using?

Try updating or reinstalling your graphics drivers.
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using a gtx 1080ti, drivers are up to date
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Do you have multiple monitors?
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Yes, 3 set up as follows

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Does unplugging them fix the issue?

Apparently someone was also able to temporarily fix this issue by duplicating their displays instead of extending them.
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both displays disconnected, no change whatsoever to both issues
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Got some more info on this

All test were done on my 3840x2160 display


(No imput lag) setting scaling at 100% makes the game display at a resolution of 4800x2700(wtf even is this resolution) and takes 100% of the screen wich makes everything scale down making everything unreadable for me behind the screen https://osu.ppy.sh/ss/9985603

(No input lag) setting my display scaling at 125% makes the game display normally in 3840x2160

Setting scaling at 150% breaks everything

(unplayable input lag)Setting scaling at 175% makes 1080p stretch and take the whole screen(as it should work normally in fullscreen but doesnt for some unknown reason)
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Scaling issues have been solved, i personally have no idea what fixed it though.
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