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This is the correct behavior. The actual resolution of the panel is 2880 x 1800, but macOS scales the UI to simulate 1440 x 900 @ 2x by default. You can change the scaling factor in Display preferences to "create" more screen space. If you set it to the highest setting, 1920 x 1200, then you'll be able to drag a window from the external to the internal ...


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Reinstall VMware Tools As was often the case with the competitor Parallels you mentioned, when the screen resolution fails to adjust you may need to re-install their software that embeds within the guest OS to enhance integration with the host OS. From the main VMware Fusion app menu bar, choose Virtual Machine > Reinstall VMware Tools. This mounts an ...


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Yes, simply go into System Preferences->Display. A new window will pop up on your primary monitors, as well as your external monitors. The external monitors should have a "Rotation" drop down menu, in which you can select "Standard", "90º", "180º", and "720º". If you select "90º" and hit "Scaled" under the resolution option, you'll see that the standard ...


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