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How to get the resize "value"? I know that when the stretch mode is on Expand, nodes get resized. Can I get how much they were resized? like if the window gets 1.2 times bigger to get 1.2.

Sorry for my English and the dumb title

Godot version 3.2.3
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ProjectSettings.get_setting("display/window/size/width") to get base width, ProjectSettings.get_setting("display/window/size/height") to get base height.
To get current window size, you need to use OS.window_size (note that this will return Vector2).
Then "resize value" will be base_width / OS.window_size.x or base_height / OS.window_size.y based on your situation (note that users can resize window to different aspect ratio, so you probably will have to use smallest value between width and height to get correct "resize" value).
If you need to know when window is resized, you can connect to screen_resized signal of SceneTree (get_tree().connect("screen_resized", self, "_on_screen_resized")).

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