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How can I tell if the screen resolution is 800x600 or higher and if its not?
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Screen.Width gives you the X resolution and Screen.Height gives you the Y Resolution. Example :

Edit1.Text := IntToStr(Screen.Width);
Edit2.Text := IntToStr(Screen.Height);
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