I have a question regarding the screen... I wanted to edit a picture in full size, i.e. 4032 x 3024 pixels, and I assumed that the width would fit within the screen. But to my surprise, it didn't. I then noticed that the scaled "more space" resolution is equivalent of 2560 x 1440, meaning it makes sense that "actual size" doesn't fit the screen. How can I make use of the pixels in the screen so that one pixel in a picture corresponds to one pixel on the screen, i.e. "true" actual size viewing of a picture? Because now it feels like I'm looking at a zoomed in version of the picture (since every pixel in the picture is made up by several pixels on the screen) and that fitting it to the screen will show a "compressed" view where fewer pixels on the screen will be used than what the picture is composed of unless I somehow manage to size the window to the pixel... Maybe my question is just really stupid? I just kind of assumed that hitting "actual size" would show 1:1 according to the pixels on the screen.