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Simulate 5760 x 2160 Display During Software Developement

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I am to develop HMI software for an end user who will be presenting it in 5760 x 2160 resolution. Typically I would develop in a standard resolution on my laptop and rely on the software handling the sizing for different resolutions. I have a feeling this may not work in this scenario. Is there any way to simulate 5760 x 2160 resolution with out purchasing hardware for this?
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Hi,

Im not 100% sure but here are some possible solutions

1. play with the zoom in / out on the broswers
2. set up an iframe with the dimensions
3.  use Xvfb - i dont know too much about this
4. there are a couple website that all you to do this as well
http://viewlike.us/  or screen-resolution.com.

HTH
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Thanks for your advice. My apologies for abandoning this question. The information was no longer necessary. A template was made that mathematically fit the end-users display and further development was based on this template.
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