Hello, I am wondering if there is a way, built into the system or via 3rd party apps, to change the display's resolution from its default (1440x900 for me) to something smaller, but keeping the same dpi as with the default. This would ofcourse create a black border around the screen. The reason for this is because I am converting my old first gen Macbook Pro into a Cintiq-style screen tablet using a Wacom tablet I already own. The tablet's active area is smaller than the mac's 15'' screen, and because it is necessary to have 1-to-1 pen to cursor mapping for a tablet pc to work correctly, there is an inherent dead zone around the edges: A larger tablet would be too expensive, especially because the current one works fine, the only problem is the size of the screen. I'd be willing to give up screen real-estate for the sake of usability, since at the moment I need an external mouse to access the menu-bar and the dock, as well as any elements outside of the tablet's active area. In Short, I want to go from seeing THIS To seeing THIS. (Curtesy of Photoshop) Alternatively if one could somehow run the system in a window, and then scale that window to match the active area I would basically achieve the same goal. I have found a previous topic that deals with a similar issue, but none of the linked applications seem to have the functionality I want. Does anyone have any ideas as to how one might do this?