I’m using a Mobile Pixels DUEX PRO as an external screen for my Mac laptop, and at normal resolution, everything is too small (see first picture). I’ve tried to change the resolution, but all that ends up happening is that the screen scales down but doesn’t fill the screen, and everything is still way too small to read. (second picture) How do I decrease the resolution of the screen while still having it fill the screen? Thanks!
To clarify, I'm not looking for how to “zoom” using the accessibility settings, the issue is that basically everything on the external display is half the size of what it is on the main screen, and the “scaling” option in display settings doesn’t actually change the resolution of the screen, it just decreases the actual size of the screen.
As for info on the screen, it’s the Mobile Pixels DUEX Pro, which connects via USB (here: https://www.mobilepixels.us/pages/duex_pro_product_page). I’m on Mac OS 10.15.2, and the driver for the screen is DisplayLink. My laptop is a 2014 Retina MacBook Pro.