Per Nergård
Dec 14, 2013
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Get a list of all display resolutions

Recently I needed to get a list of all display resolutions. I couldn’t find any info about it so I struggled a bit. This post is a note to self if I ever need to do it again. Hopefully it can be of use for someone else.

private IEnumerable<IDisplayResolution> GetDisplayResolutions()
  ServiceLocationHelper helper = new ServiceLocationHelper(ServiceLocator.Current);
  DisplayResolutionService resolutionservice =      helper.Advanced.GetInstance<DisplayResolutionService>();
   return resolutionservice.Resolutions;
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