When I open Obsidian the window height is much larger than my screen. I’m running Windows 11 and have 2 monitors, the monitor set as my ‘main display’ is to my right, and a 1440p screen in vertical orientation. The monitor in front of me, that I use to open Obsidian, is a 4k screen in horizonal orientation. The 4k display is set to 150% scaling, the 1440p monitor set to 100% scaling.
Another forum post below looks like the same issue, but is posted in the bug graveyard, though I can’t see any solution.
- Use Windows 11.
- Use 2 monitors, a 4k monitor in horizontal orientation, and 1440p monitor in vertical orientation.
- Set the 4k monitor to 150% scaling.
- Set the 1440p monitor to the ‘main display’.
- Open Obsidian on the 4k monitor.
Did you follow the troubleshooting guide? Yes
Using the following command line results in the Sandbox opening with the same issue.
Obsidian.exe obsidian://open?vault=“Obsidian Sandbox”
Obsidian to open with a window size that fits within the available screen space.
Obsidian window height substantially larger than the height of the monitor.
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