Calibrate Screen issue

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2 months 1 week ago #2153 by HurrellDesign
When I try to calibrate my screen the grid is always wrong by minimum of 1mm i.e. the 10mm square actually equals 11mm. I've adjusted the measurements in the dialogue box to try and fix the issue but that doesn't work.

Has anyone else had this issue or know how to get this working properly?

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2 months 1 week ago #2157 by antony
Replied by antony on topic Calibrate Screen issue
I have the same experience.
I am doubting the measurement is not designed for Windows 10 dialogue size.

My stupid method: follow on screen instruction, measure the window size.
Turn on grid (set to 10mm), and measure again.
Back to the setup page and add or subtract small amount.
Back to main design and measure again.
Repeat until very close.

Then, do the other orientation.

Tedious I know.
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2 months 1 week ago #2160 by HurrellDesign
Thank you Antony. It's somewhat reassuring that it's not just me this has happened to. Hopefully this may get fixed at some point.

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2 months 1 week ago #2161 by Petar
Replied by Petar on topic Calibrate Screen issue
Can you please tell me if you have a single or multiple monitor setup? Screen resolutions for each monitor and any scaling factor that is being applied.

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2 months 1 week ago #2162 by HurrellDesign
Single monitor with the screen resolution at 1920 x 1080. No scaling factor is applied.

In regards to the Calibrate Screen dialogue box, it measures 84.5mm wide x 54mm high. However I've put in 88mm x 55.5mm to get the 10mm grids.

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