I used a number of 3rd party screen resolution manipulation apps to test-setup an odd display on my M2 MacBook Air while I waited for the intended Mac for that screen to arrive. I have told these apps to reset values back and remove any changes, but I’m wondering if I’m back to where I started.
13.6-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit display with IPS technology;1 2560-by-1664 native resolution at 224 pixels per inch with support for 1 billion colors
My Displays control panel looks like this, presently:
The default “looks like” resolution (HiDPI resolution) is 1470×956 for this screen, according to what I see on my system. (If I select the Default for Display radio button at the top, the screen does not change; it’s still at the indicated 1470×956.)
Can someone confirm this is the case on their M2 Air? Also, are others only seeing 4 scaled resolution icons below the radio buttons? On my other Macs, I see five…