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screen height and width?

is there a way i can get the native screen width and height seperate from each other like for say getting the resolution of the screen then spliting the width and height into 2 seperate variables but i first need to know how to get the screen resolution first

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asked Dec 01 '14 at 06:48 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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Hi connormurry,

You should be able to use a node called "get viewport size", which will give you the x and y values of the screen separately.

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answered Dec 01 '14 at 07:44 PM

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thanks for the help

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wait i how do i get them seperate though?

avatar image connormurry Dec 01 '14 at 08:45 PM

nevermind :)

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