I've created a simple Winforms application in C#. When I run the application on a machine with high DPI settings (e.g. 150%), the application gets scaled up. So far so good! But instead of rendering t...
I have created my application with the height and width given in pixels for a Pantech device whose resolution is 480x800. I need to convert height and width for a G1 device. I thought converting it i...
How to get the screen density programmatically in android? I mean How to find the screen dpi of the current device?
I have a form application in C#. When I change the monitor's DPI, all the controls move. I used the code this.AutoScaleMode = AutoScaleMode.Dpi, but it didn't avoid the problem. Does anyone have an i...
Intro: There's a lot of comments out there that say "WinForms doesn't auto-scale to DPI/font settings well; switch to WPF." However, I think that is based on .NET 1.1; it appears they actually did a p...
I'm working on a kind of unique app which needs to generate images at specific resolutions according to the device they are displayed on. So the output is different on a regular Windows browser (96ppi...
There is setting for Display in Windows 7 (Control Panel -> Display). It allows to change the size of the text and other items on the screen. I need to get this setting to be able to switch on/switch ...
I created an app for a small business. Some of the employees in the office can not see the form correctly. The reason is they have their DPI setting set to above 96dpi. Does anybody know of a way to...
I have started making graphics for my Android app using Adobe Photoshop. But I am unable to proceed, as the resolution in Photoshop is set in pixels per inch where as the official Google documentation...
How can I get the DPI in WPF?