I did find a workaround if you are wanting to resize the faders to match the real-world dimensions of your faderport or other mixer. I wanted mine to match up with the screen perfectly, so I went into the Nvidia Control Panel on my desktop (right-click) and created a custom resolution wider than my monitor. For best results, use a calculator and work with solid fractions that provide whole numbers for your widths (i.e. 1-1/20, 1-1/16, 1-1/15, 1-1/12, 1-1/10, 1-1/8, etc.) For me 2112x1200 (which is 1-1/10) works for me (native is 1920x1200). Once you have created this custom resolution, you'll need to make the change in the OS display settings (right-click desktop). It works perfectly. I don't even notice any aliasing. When I'm not using Studio One, I can just change it back to standard resolution in display settings.