Determines the sizes and locations of displays connected to the system.
wxClientDisplayRect, wxDisplaySize, wxDisplaySizeMM
Constructor, setting up a wxDisplay instance with the specified display.
Changes the video mode of this display to the mode specified in the mode parameter.
If wxDefaultVideoMode is passed in as the mode parameter, the defined behaviour is that wxDisplay will reset the video mode to the default mode used by the display. On Windows, the behavior is normal. However, there are differences on other platforms. On Unix variations using X11 extensions it should behave as defined, but some irregularities may occur.
On wxMac passing in wxDefaultVideoMode as the mode parameter does nothing. This happens because carbon no longer has access to DMUseScreenPrefs, an undocumented function that changed the video mode to the system default by using the system's 'scrn' resource.
Returns the number of connected displays.
wxVideoMode GetCurrentMode(void) const
Returns the current video mode that this display is in.
int GetDepth(void) const
Returns the bit depth of the display whose index was passed to the constructor.
Returns the index of the display on which the given point lies. Returns -1 if the point is not on any connected display.
Returns the index of the display on which the given window lies.
If the window is on more than one display it gets the display that overlaps the window the most.
Returns -1 if the window is not on any connected display.
Currently wxMSW only.
wxRect GetGeometry(void) const
Returns the bounding rectangle of the display whose index was passed to the constructor.
wxArrayVideoModes GetModes(const wxVideoMode& mode = wxDefaultVideoMode) const
Fills and returns an array with all the video modes that are supported by this display, or video modes that are supported by this display and match the mode parameter (if mode is not wxDefaultVideoMode).
wxString GetName(void) const
Returns the display's name. A name is not available on all platforms.
Returns true if the display is the primary display. The primary display is the one whose index is 0.