As you may know, on X11, KDE does not have a solution that will let a person scale monitors individually. They have a global scale option. The problem is that I have three monitors. The monitors from left to right have the following resolutions:
I require the one in the middle to be at 150% scaling. The problem is that the leftmost monitor (1650x1050) becomes unusable after that.
One method that i have found is to use nvidia-settings to setup a custom xorg.conf files by setting up the viewPortIn values to 2307x1440 for the left and right monitors. The problem is, KDE doesn’t read these values.
One way of making the KDE read values is by disabling KScreen in background services. The problem is that KDE doesn’t support gaps in monitors, so I was wondering if there is a solution that KDE Plasma provides that would help me setup this custom resolution without breaking the system or cause instability.
Thank you for the reply. I am currently using nvidia-settings to create an xorg.conf file. The problem is, it is unsupported. So whenever I do this, my anxiety levels go high.
I am concerned as Plasma might decide to go the same route as Gnome. I have been searching for over a month on how to disable the K-screen equivalent on Cinnamon (which uses Gnome components). You won’t how I was treated on the official Linux Mint forums about this. Just mentioning KDE plasma probably triggered them.