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This is probably a bug in the application: Chrome bug: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=389171 Can not find a bug for IntelliJ. I will report soon.


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That error message is from your monitors' firmware, not from your system. Apparently, when the DualHead2Go box is running at 3840x1080, it has picked a scan frequency that your monitors can't handle over VGA. You know that there are DVI to HDMI adapters? And cables, for that matter. DVI male on one end, HDMI male on the other, so if you don't already ...


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I'm sure there are exceptions to this depending on the system, OS, and approach used in general, but I'm going to have to go with, as a general rule, saying that resolution is on a per display basis. I remember using a 19" CRT running 1600x1200, with a 15" @ 1024x768 way back, having two gfx adapters with Windows 2000.


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This should have to do with your display DPI and default printing DPI. Some programs may decide to render the image correctly on the screen, presumably at 96 DPI or so. Other programs decide to display you the picture the same way it will look when you print it, at 300 DPI or so. Thus the difference in size. Yet other programs may disregard the DPI setting ...


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3840 x 2160 is for external displays, in fact if you look at the hdmi interface you can actually drive 4096-by-2160 resolution at 24Hz with either processor. 2560 x 1600 is the native resolution of the 13", and where it's mentioned on the 15"'s specs that's a typo; probably someone at apple's translation service copy-pasting and grabbing the wrong number. ...



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