I would like to add some more detail.
When I initially had the three monitors hooked up, I could see everything, although the text was quite small on menus and such.
After I got my vesa bracket to attach to my quad mount, I disconnected the hdmi monitor to hang it.
There was some updates, and so a reboot ensued, a couple actually.
The print in the menus, browser and other areas jumped up to a visible level from a distance.
Today I came home to do updates, on my server that’s running endeavour KDE…
I’ve been using KRDC and connecting through ssh with that…it would seem that certain thing have been affected. I had to slightly stretch the screen for the video to update on my end. KRDC acted in the same way almost as VLC being all goofy and what not.
I couldn’t find anything in krdc settings to adjust…“That made any sense”, I did install UlrtaVNC Viewer from the AUR.
Installing UltraVNC did work, however I don’t believe it’s going through ssh because of the port, maybe I missed something, but whats more peculiar is when I installed ultraVNC viewer, the initial setup menu came up in WINE?
I didn’t know things could be installed and ran directly from WINE, having said that, this particular action was done through pamac-aur-git.
I mean it works, I just thought it was odd to see wine running as part of a setup, maybe thats how this thing installs idk, just saying.
I’ve also been through the nvidia x-sever setting tool to look for adjustments as well as
Detect system issues in the welcome launcher, which I saw some things the other day, but it finds nothing now.
Bottom line is, it seems things have adjusted themselves to the way they want to be, but some programs don’t like to play nice with either KDE or Arch to some extent, I’m going to guess it’s KDE so if anyone knows of a multi monitor adjustment tool to tell KDE to play nice, let me know, maybe KDE needs something like this idk, everything else seems to work great visually, just a few tools seem to go all bat crap crazy now that multiple monitors are in use.