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If you have anything longer than this then you need to get out more
Glad the 'workaround' was successful.
So far, research is indicating that the problem could be caused by the change in proximity of components dependent on the overall size of the screen used in a monitor. Two monitors may both use 2560x1440 resolution as a standard measure, but if one is in a 25 inch monitor and one is in a 23 inch monitor, the PPI value (Pixels Per Inch) is quite different.
Example: (Using the Pythagorean Theorem) a 1920x1080 resolution in a 15.6inch (typical laptop) display has 141.21 pixels per linear inch or 19,940.83 in a square inch of display. The same resolution in 14 inch display 157.35 pixels per linear inch or 24,739.18 per square inch. A noticeable difference.
This may be a red herring but I don't like not knowing why something went wrong, so I'd ask a favour , could you please let me know the size of your monitor. Just for my own peace of mind.
In the meantime, enjoy the skin.