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@DesktopWidth & @DesktopHeight and real resolution

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Could you explain why values of @DesktopWidth & @DesktopHeight are different than my primary screen resolution? 

For Full HD Display (1920x1080) these values are 1536 & 864.

I noticed this during diagnosis of more complicated issue, but  I want to explain this before I go further. 

My OS is W10. 


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Hi @kradam, and welcome to the AutoIt forums :welcome:

Take a look at this post, in which is talked about the behaviour of these two macros :)

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