How Big Is Your Screen?

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How Big Is Your Screen? — 9 Comments

  1. Got a PC with a landscape screen at 1680 x 1050 pixels. No tablet yet, and I don’t use custom wallpapers for my phone.

  2. I have a widescreen monitor for my PC which is 1920 x 1080, i’ve also got a full size iPad which is 2048 x 1536 and my mobile phone screen is 320 x 240. I’m sure you will be able to accommodate most people, hope my input helps.

  3. Rather than list off a bunch of resolutions for my motley assortment, I’ll just say that if you do something high-res in the three most common ratios — say, 2048×1536 for 4:3, 1920×1200 for 16:10, and 1920×1080 for 16:9 — it shouldn’t be too hard to scale them from there.

  4. I agree with Patrick. I have a relatively low screen resolution (1024×768) but that wont be a problem since the background can be scaled down without much effort, as long as the ratio is the same.

  5. I am running 5120 x 2880, which I will admit is a bit out of the normal, but if you have any high detailed artwork at some point, do include this resolution too 🙂

  6. I run a panoramic 3 x 4K setup using three monitors.
    That’s 3840*2160 times three –> 11520*2160
    When I’m looking at the extreme of one side I cannot see what is going on at the other side which is just right for the easily distracted like yours truly. 🙂 All this is on linux with a light graphical user interface that doesn’t get all chatty like windose does. (Ubuntu with xfce) That way I’m the only one that distracts me, not some stupid system message.

    I do lots of panoramic landscapes as my background and prefer darker over lighter images, not to say that the right light colored image wouldn’t be good too. 🙂