hi to all, i have my app who is 1400width x825 height, i would like this app to be in fullscreen in browsers and keep a 16/9 ratio, NOT a 4:3.
i tried everything but that keep a 4:3 format with black borders in top-bottom-left-right sides...
What is the size of your project in your project properties?
What kind of scaling options have you set in the project properties?
What would you like to happen when the browserwindow is 4:3?
If I follow you correctly - my only suggestion is to check you have set in project properties/fullscreen in browser to leterbox scale ?
my window is in 1400x825 and the size project 1400x825 i would like to have the app when its on the web to be in full screen mode without a 4:3 ratio
In the project properties set the project scaling to letterbox scale, if your project size is in 16:9 it wil be scaled accordingly.
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ok NO its a problem with construct 2 a big one now i made my app in 1920x1080 and the window in 1920x1080 BUT when i TRY every rescaling functio nto full screen that keeps a 4:3 ratio....tha make me mad wrong formats
Can you post the capx for us to look at ?
Have you tried in another browser ?
Do you have browser object in you project ?
i use only active objects
Have you ever read this?
Supporting multiple screen sizes
Because of the many different screen size and aspect ratios there is not a "one solution fits all". You'll have to decide what works best for your game.
I'm not sure what we should see by looking at your screencapture.
my screen its a PURE 1920x1080 in SIZE and resolution
And the browser window size is?
Push F11 to see real full screen, because the browserwindow takes away from the size as does the taskbar at the bottom of your screen.
well i have black bars LEFT-AND RIGHT thats IMPOSSIBLE with a TRUE 16:9 screen
i found another way, another resolution who fill the browser........its special but that works
1480, 825 res
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