Originally Posted by helloworld922
Thank you. The scenario I have in mind is a large high-resolution monitor used for a TV and computer screen. Say it can be viewed from 2' to 12'. Pixelation at 2' might disappear at 12'. Currently my OS learns some things about my plug and play monitor when it is installed, such as what driver it needs. Perhaps it also knows (or will some day know) the size of the monitor, and Java code can tell us programmers what it is. In some cases, as you say, the size is variable and would have to be entered. In any case a configurable presentation with maximum/non-pixelation viewing of images for a specified distance from the screen would be beneficial. Until then, I guess I will continue to limit the maximize size of the images to 1 screen pixel/image pixel. Eventually, I would hope to have the information to configure better.