Akyrios wrote:So I set it up as 1280x960 Static and 1440x1080, however when I do that my game window while max shows on the bottom left portion of my screen, hiding well below taskbar.
Position of window is controlled by offset parameters, directly under where you put resolution.
Another thing: if you use taskbar that is at the bottom of screen, horizontal, you cant resize your window to 1440x1080p, because then part of the window will be under the taskbar. So you need to factor that in, check how many pixels your taskbar takes (can do this by trial and error).
Let's say your taskbar is 50 pixels. Then your window must scale not to 1080p but to 1080-50 = 1030p.
To calculate other resulution for 4:3 aspect ratio, use this calc: https://calculateaspectratio.com/
for 1050p it shows 1400 horizontal res, so 1400x1050. And if you don't put anything in offset box, your window will be touching left top corner of the screen, and reach all the way to the bottom taskbar, but not under the taskbar.
In my screenshot example, I don't have taskbar at the bottom, so I don't need to do this, it can streach all the way to the bottom, utilizing my full 1440p res. But since my taskbar is on the left hand side of the screen, I need to put offset, so left edge of d2 window isn't covered by taskbar. Offset pushes the window by x pixels from left edge of screen.
If for example someone used vertical taskbar on right side, you wouldn't have to do anything then, full res vertical + no offset, since it wouldn't colide with taskbar in any way.