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|User since||August 31, 2008|
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Good, but width too high Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I like this add-on a lot. It's good for testing how web pages look at various resolutions.
However, I feel there's a small bug (version 1.7). With Firefox maximized, it reports the resolution in the corner at "1456x856"; this is odd, because the label on my monitor says that it has a 1440 x 900 resolution. In my Nvidia Control Panel applet, that, too, confirms that I have my resolution set at "1440 x 900 (native)." I am using a two-line permanent taskbar (Windows Vista), so I lose height pixels, but I'm puzzled how the reported width can be greater than 1440.
EDIT: After reading orev's response, below, I am now more educated, and sort of retract this bug comment... or more appropriately, perhaps I should assign it to Windows. (I'm using Vista Home Premium, SP2, by the way.)