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Custom resolution handling

Closely control the visual experience for your apps

You can precisely manage how screen resolution is handled for your published applications. The "Resolution" section in the application properties page gives you a variety of controls, as shown below: [block:image] { "images": [ { "image": [ "https://files.readme.io/6at8WYKxQ3QdGrO28I5L_Screenshot%202016-01-13%2019.12.14.png", "Screenshot 2016-01-13 19.12.14.png", "725", "507", "#58799c", "" ], "border": true } ] } [/block] **Default:** The first field lets you select which resolution mode is set as the default when an application is first started. If you choose "Dynamic" as the default, the application will always start by fitting to the size of the user's browser window and maintaining a 100% scale setting for the best possible quality. You can also choose a fixed resolution as the default startup resolution. With a fixed resolution, the app will display in this resolution at 100% scale, so long as the user's browser window is larger than the set resolution. If the browser window is smaller than the fixed resolution, the image will be scaled down by the amount shown in the bottom status bar of the player. **Available user choices:** This section controls what your users will see in the player and whether or not resolution options are visible. If only the default is selected from the list (automatically chosen based on the "Default" setting), then the user will have no control over the resolution setting in the player. However, if you select additional user choices, a "Resolution" menu item will appear in the settings menu of the player, and users can choose which option they want. Note that this setting can be configured individually for each application that you publish.