ColourSpace is already DPI aware, which is how you can use different resolution displays simultaneously.
However, Windows does have issues with different scaling settings, and it is presently almost impossible to overcome them all. With luck, Windows will improve how it works with all the various scaling settings users can configure within Windows itself.
And no, we will not make ColourSpace over-ride the PC's power settings - the user can, and should, set-up different power options as needed. We do not want to be in a position that just because ColourSpace is running, but not actually being used, that screen burn-in could be occur without the users realising.
Mob Boss at Light Illusion