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What's the resolution of the browser window on a Model S?

Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by wayner, Jan 20, 2015.

  1. wayner

    wayner Active Member

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    #1 wayner, Jan 20, 2015
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    I want to create some JPEGs to be accessed via the browser and I want to make them the correct resolution to fill the screen without zooming or shrinking. Does anyone know what the maximum resolution for the full size and half size browser window?

    I believe the entire screen is 1200x1920 but you lose some pixels to the controls on the top and the bottom plus the header bar for the browser.

    And is there any way to go to a full screen mode where you can at least temporarily hide the browser header bar?
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    Answer?
    I haven't got it exactly but it is about 1200x1420.

    Strangely enough the only the only full sized Tesla Screenshot I could find is the (incorrectly named) almost three year old: http://www.technobuffalo.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Tesla-Smartphone-Application.jpg

    Perhaps we could create a public site with cool screenshots to display. Or has someone already done that?

    If anyone has made templates it would be great if they could upload them.
     
  2. kabirakhtar

    kabirakhtar but you can call me Kabir

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    Great - that would be for the regular mode. In fullscreen mode I am guessing it is more like 1160x1400 as you reduce the amount of screen overhead.

    Any ideas on what would be interesting photos to display.

    Obviously a Flux Capacitor is one. Maybe a "James Bond" control screen with buttons for Oil Slick, Passenger Ejector Seat, Smoke Screen, Machine Guns, etc.
     
  4. CHG-ON

    CHG-ON Still in love after all these miles

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    I don't think it's that great. And the ridiculously slow response rate has me basically not using it at all. A complete fail IMO.
     
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    I agree that it is not very good and barely useable. But I do use it to check the overseas markets on my way into work.
     
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    these have all been done

    http://www.teslatuner.com/peaceMaker.html

    http://www.teslamods.com/das/
    ..flux cap link seems broken :<
     

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