So there’s a “Panning” option in nvidia-setting, which allows me to set a size only larger than “ViewPortIn”.
For example, if I set a 3840x1080 Panning for a 1920x1080 ViewPortIn, then I basically implemented some primitive “boss mode” (or “porn mode” :P) so that when I move the cursor to the right I can “pan” it to the extra black area (“1920x1080” on the right) to hide my desktop.
I am curious, is this the only use case of “Panning”? It seems sort of silly to me and I don’t understand why it existed as an option. Obviously it’s not for TV overscan thing (coz that’s dealt with ViewPortIn AND ViewPortOut), so is there any purpose for it?