I thought about it and I don't think it's an issue.
If I understand correctly, all screens of multiple monitor setup share
single frame buffer. So screen size is best way to determine size for
rendering part of dwm on one of screens. To make it work in my case
it would have to be intersection of screen and frame buffer and it's
unnecessary to complicate it this way.
Best way to fix it fully for me is to replace display in my laptop.
2017-08-09 9:01 GMT+02:00, sek...@posteo.se <sek...@posteo.se>:
> * sek...@posteo.se <sek...@posteo.se> [09.08.2017 08:55]:
>>I tried this command, but adjusted it for my screen and set the real
>> dimension to the --fb switch.
>>xrandr --fb 1920x1080 --output VGA-1 --auto --transform
>>It works perfectly!
> Ah damn, that was too fast, sorry. I misread your message and looked at the
> wrong corner ;-)
> +1 on this issue!