New answers tagged screen-resolution
According to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Display_resolution Cinema projection 2K Digital Cinema (2048 × 1080) 4K Digital Cinema (4096 × 2160) 8K Digital Cinema (8192 × 4608) Computer monitors projection
It sounds like this person is just very, very resistant to any form of change...I've worked with people like that. It seems unreasonable for him/her to expect a major redesign of your app just to accommodate one person. In other words, this sounds like a personnel problem, not a technical problem. Of course, if this person is a high level manager or a key ...
Microsoft on 1366x768 The resolution that supports all the features of Windows 8, including multitasking with snap, is 1366x768. We chose this resolution as it has enough horizontal pixels to fit the 320px width of a snapped app, next to a main app with a 1024px width. The reason is Windows 8 - 1028 plus 'snap' From Scaling to different screens
Unfortunately you can't force a user to use a specific browser or zoom level. That's why we have responsive-design (build once and deploy) and accessibility (build for all users). As it's already in the post-dev stage, you can consider having an alternate stylesheet that will trigger depending on the user's 'zoom' level. You wouldn't need to redo ...
You could possibly add an "Accessibility" feature similar to iPhone, where when enabled, fonts, buttons and other UI elements appear larger & with more contrast.
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