Testing formatting on different displays


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Hello,

I was wondering if there is a way to see how my scrip would run on different screens. Perhaps there is a function that would allow me to run the script in a way that would show how the formatting, images, etc. will look on other screens (e.g., bigger or smaller). I want to run an experiment online but I am afraid that the formatting that people see will be different on different monitors and displays.
P.S. I am already using the code below and percentages to indicate size of text, images etc. to standardize it across displays.
/ canvasaspectratio = (4,3)
/ canvassize = (100%, 100%)

Thank you!
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Sko - 1/5/2021
Hello,

I was wondering if there is a way to see how my scrip would run on different screens. Perhaps there is a function that would allow me to run the script in a way that would show how the formatting, images, etc. will look on other screens (e.g., bigger or smaller). I want to run an experiment online but I am afraid that the formatting that people see will be different on different monitors and displays.
P.S. I am already using the code below and percentages to indicate size of text, images etc. to standardize it across displays.
/ canvasaspectratio = (4,3)
/ canvassize = (100%, 100%)

Thank you!

To emulate different screen sizes and aspect ratios, you can use /windowsize in <defaults> set to different pixel values.

/ windowsize = (1024px, 768px)

or

/ windowsize = (1600px, 900px)

etc.

Sko
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Dave - 1/5/2021
Sko - 1/5/2021
Hello,

I was wondering if there is a way to see how my scrip would run on different screens. Perhaps there is a function that would allow me to run the script in a way that would show how the formatting, images, etc. will look on other screens (e.g., bigger or smaller). I want to run an experiment online but I am afraid that the formatting that people see will be different on different monitors and displays.
P.S. I am already using the code below and percentages to indicate size of text, images etc. to standardize it across displays.
/ canvasaspectratio = (4,3)
/ canvassize = (100%, 100%)

Thank you!

To emulate different screen sizes and aspect ratios, you can use /windowsize in <defaults> set to different pixel values.

/ windowsize = (1024px, 768px)

or

/ windowsize = (1600px, 900px)

etc.
That works wonderfully, thank you
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