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Maybe it varies between Win32 OS's, because I see nothing remotely like that. No Config key under HKLM, and no Resolution key or named value with this information anywhere in the Registry.

This is Windows 2000.


In reply to Re: Re: win32 help... by John M. Dlugosz
in thread How to get screen resolution under Win32? by Anonymous Monk

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