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I'm trying a new (to me) remote desktop tool AnyDesk (v.5.5.4). I'm attaching to Ubuntu18 system at work from a Ubuntu19 system at home. When I resize an emacs frame with the mouse, the menu bar, the mode line and mini-buffer and text area do not resize.

None of the resizing commands I've tried have had any effect. At root I think it's a failing of AnyDesk but I'm not having any luck at that end and am hoping there's a manual resizing within emacs which might counter the AnyDesk issue.

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I had a similar problem on my windows machine. I was not able to resize the anydesk window on my external monitor and it occupied the whole screen without any resize option.

Workaround:

This issue is due to scaling of your os(in my case windows)

Go to display setting scale the windows to 110% or more and then you should be able to resize the anydesk window.

Hope this helps!

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  • Yeah, it's working pretty well for me these days. Not sure what fixed this for me (some updates probably)
    – rjs
    Oct 21 '20 at 18:05

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