@Mika, does true drive need to be running when playing a game or does the base just use the last loaded settings?
@Will, If TrueDrive was always on Top, wouldn’t that get in the way of your seeing F1 2021?
The way many other “Single monitor” users have handled this is with Alt-Tab (as mentioned in the replies above)
I’ll add one detail -some full screen apps work unpredictably with Alt-Tab - (some will stay full screen, some will minimize, I’ve seen others do a ‘resizing tantrum’) The way around this is to chose “Windowed full screen” if it’s an option in your sim (I don’t have F1 2021 so I can’t verify)
Summary of the 3 Graphics modes in most games:
- Full Screen - takes over everything - blocks background windows, and sometimes also blocks foreground windows.
- Windowed - typical window with a visible border - behaves just like all your other windows apps.
- Windowed Full Screen - Also called “Borderless windowed” or “Borderless full screen” - these functionally act just like all your other programs, except the window does not have borders so the app goes right up to the edges, and then the window is sized to match your display - the big functional difference usually shows up with multiple screens as it doesn’t ‘capture’ the mouse pointer like full screen mode does - making it easy to move the pointer to another screen. It also allows for easier Alt-Tabbing on the same screen.