exactly - the opposite - if you want more flow you tell it the filament is smaller as cura then thinks it has to push more mm thought to achieve the volume - as the filament is bigger than cura knows it pushes through more plastic.
so to get 110 flow when the flow is on 100% then decrease the filament diameter by the area/1.10 turned into the diameter.
No it's the other way round. If you want the printer to put 10% more material out you have to reduce the filament strength, because like that the feeder has to put through more mm to get the same volume at the hot end. If you can just reduce the size by 10% to achieve that I cannot tell.. perhaps it's not that easy. But I'd say just try..
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