My laptop's native resolution is 1920 x 1080 59Hz, my external monitor's (Yiynova tablet) native resolution is 1024 x 600 60Hz. The tablet can only work if the displays are duplicated or if it's the only display, extending workspaces doesn't work well for the pen.
By default the laptop has a dozen or so resolutions it can use, however when I plug in the tablet and duplicate screens, only three remain: 1920 x 1080 (Recommended), 1024 x 600, 800 x 600. The recommended resolution doesn't work well because the pen doesn't track to it correctly, although it looks fine. Same for 800 x 600.
So I must choose 1024 x 600 to get the ratio just right for the pen to work correctly. (Also, if I display only the tablet monitor, the other two options disappear and only this one remains.)
My problem is, it's a bit small for the programs I use. So I created a custom resolution in the Intel Graphics settings, 1536 x 900. I figured it should work since it's smaller than the recommended resolution that still technically works with the tablet. However, when I plug it in, the option disappears too...
Any way to keep it there to use with the tablet?