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Display Object

  • id number - Unique identifier associated with the display.
  • rotation number - Can be 0, 90, 180, 270, represents screen rotation in clock-wise degrees.
  • scaleFactor number - Output device's pixel scale factor.
  • touchSupport string - Can be available, unavailable, unknown.
  • monochrome boolean - Whether or not the display is a monochrome display.
  • accelerometerSupport string - Can be available, unavailable, unknown.
  • colorSpace string - represent a color space (three-dimensional object which contains all realizable color combinations) for the purpose of color conversions
  • colorDepth number - The number of bits per pixel.
  • depthPerComponent number - The number of bits per color component.
  • displayFrequency number - The display refresh rate.
  • bounds Rectangle - the bounds of the display in DIP points.
  • size Size
  • workArea Rectangle - the work area of the display in DIP points.
  • workAreaSize Size
  • internal boolean - true for an internal display and false for an external display

The Display object represents a physical display connected to the system. A fake Display may exist on a headless system, or a Display may correspond to a remote, virtual display.