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Ashutosh Chaturvedi | Sr. Quality Engineering Manager – Illustrator
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(Google Translate) Based on the above, that the GPU in outline mode only works on monitors with a resolution of more than 2000 pixels in height or width, I tried to artificially bypass this ridiculous limitation. The only thing you need is to have more than 2000 pixels in width or height when entering the illustrator program, so that illustrator fixes that you have a suitable monitor, after that you can switch to your original / native resolution and continue working with any documents until the program is closed, in in my case it is 1920x1080 (only 80 pixels is not enough to 2000, seriously Adobe? 90% of the world's population uses this resolution, why not set this limit to 1920 pixels so that 90% of people do not suffer with this limitation, they couldn't think of anything smarter, except that everyone lacked 80 pixels to get rid of this misunderstanding, ingenious Adobe, ingenious). Resolution higher than native usually cannot be selected, but discrete GPUs have such a function in the driver settings. there is DSR (Dynamic Super Resolution) technology on the nvidia GPU, use it or an analogue from AMD, enable it in the driver settings and select resolutions of more than 2000 pixels, go to Illustrator, after entering you can return to the original resolution, animated scaling in outline mode will still work in Illustrator. This must be done before each entry into Illustrator, but after entry everything will work with any documents until you close the program.
I made a short video with instructions: