Win32api is not giving the correct coordinates with GetCursorPos() in python



When using the win32api from pywin, I am getting incorrect values for the cursor position. My screen's resolution is 1920x1080, but when I use GetCursorPos() I have (0,0) in the top left and (1535,863) in the bottom right. The code I am using is as follows:

import win32api

def getCursor():
    print win32api.GetCursorPos()

I am trying this using python 2.7 on windows 10, but I was also getting this error in python 2.6 on windows 8. Is there any solution or workaround to this problem?

1 Answer: 

You are subject to DPI virtualization. Your application has not declared itself aware of high DPI and you have a font scaling of 125%.

If you want to avoid DPI virtualization either add the high DPI aware option to the application manifest or call either SetProcessDPIAware or SetProcessDPIAwareness.