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OverviewV-Play 1 SupportProblem with resolution › Reply To: Problem with resolution
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Christian
V-Play Team

Hi Peter & Phil,

to make your game available for multiple screens, you should set the Scene size to 480×320 for landscape games and 320×480 for portrait ones, and only change the GameWindow size, not the scene size. Please also make sure you placed your objects and the player as children of the Scene element, not of the GameWindow element. You can quickly test how your game looks like on popular devices like iPhone4, Nexus S and Galaxy S by pressing the keys 1-6 (with V-Play version 1.0 this only works on Windows, the support for Mac & Linux was added in the Pro-Subscriber version 1.2).

Cheers,

Chris

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