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I'd like to know the player's computer display resolution. Not the game window resolution, or the game window size, but the player's computer display resolution. That's it. Thanks!

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OS.get_screen_size() should get you what you want.

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Oh, thanks! That seems correct... well, it should be, anyway. My computer's resolution is 1920 x 1080, but for some reason it's printing 1536 x 864. Huh.

Are you using hiDPI scaling on WIndows? If so, the returned result may be scaled down to represent the actually usable screen real estate.

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