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Elements in GUI are offset under different resolutions

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Skitty

Hello humans, I am here to ask a simple question, but first some details.

Some time ago I made full screen gui and on different screen resolutions, an input box is offset / dispositioned from the targeted region in the users screen.

How do I get an element in a gui to stay in a relative position no matter the resolution?


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martin

Hello humans, I am here to ask a simple question, but first some details.

Some time ago I made full screen gui and on different screen resolutions, an input box is offset / dispositioned from the targeted region in the users screen.

How do I get an element in a gui to stay in a relative position no matter the resolution?

I guess that you need GuiResizeMode or GuiCtrlSetResizing.

But your "details" are just a bit too vague for me to know.

Edited by martin

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