Snapping-to precision would seem to be easier to “hit the mark” on a lower resolution than full 4K on a small screen. No? Or do I misapprehend the technology here? It seems to me that if you’re trying to hit the established guide point with the cursor in such a densly crowded bunch of pixels per square centimeter the program might have an easier time handling it if the ‘target’ guide point were represented by more pixels…as I expect it might if 1080p were chosen/set in the screen settings while using Sketchup.
Also a few of the menus that pop up in sketchup are evidently not optimized yet for viewing on a small 4k screen. Most of the menu boxes are just as I am used to seeing them on my old 1080p Hp Workstation. But on my new 4K screen occasionally a tiny menu will pop up and the text is about 1/32 inch font that is impossible to read.