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ASP.net pages : Simulate screen size

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Hi,
I've got an issue with asp.net pages not looking right.
Web pages work and display lovely on development machine but not on end user.
Is there free tool to simulate how a page will look in different resolutions - the development machine is 1900 x 1400 which isn't likely on end user......
Thanks
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Question by:rwallacej
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I use Firefox and the Web Developer Toolbar.  There is an option there to resize your browser window according to common screen resolutions.
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This little freeware app will let you resize any window/app that has focus...the default screen resolutions are in there by default and you can create custom sizes too.
http://www.brianapps.net/sizer.html
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thanks - web toolbar works

sizer doesn't run anything at all after I install it. running XP Pro
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It runs fine for me on XP Pro.  Silly question, but you have to launch the app after you install it.

There should be a little "four way arrow" in your system tray (right click it and select a rez and the focused window will resize), and right clicking on the resize handle (in the lower right) in any window would bring up a context menu that would resize the window.
the only difference between Sizer and the functionality of the Firefox Toolbar resize...is I believe the FF toolbar only works to resize the current FF window whereas size will do any window.
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duh, been a busy day - I expected a program to "popup" as it were and couldn't see it, for it appears next to my clock - thanks

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