Right now I am using this function:  function is_retina_device() {     return window.devicePixelRatio > 1; }   But its simplicity scares me. Is there a more thorough check?...
I'm creating a detection script that sniffs out any device (currently only iPhone4) with a retina display (or similar) when a user arrives at my site. Because the resolution is greater, I need to push higher res images/graphics. The only solution...
I have an iPad 2 canvas app (game) and would like to get it to run on the new iPad retina display.   Simply put, what is the best method to stretch/shrink my iPad2 image for retina iPad models?  From the googling I've done, I've seen various...
I have a paste handler which takes an image in the clipboard and uploads it to the server. I can successfully access the clipboard data, but if the clipboard image data has a resolution higher than 72ppi, it gets downsampled to 72ppi.   This is espec...
With a retina Macbook Pro, it's possible to plug in an external monitor and you drag a browser window between the retina screen and the other, normal-DPI display.  Does this cause window.devicePixelRatio to dynamically change? And if so, is there...
Apple.com always display a standard image first and then use javascript to load a retina image if the device supports retina.  I wonder why apple don't use CSS media query directly to reduce the HTTP requests?...
I'm hoping someone out there can help with this as I can't seem to find a solid solution.  Is there a framework or general setup to get html canvas rendering nicely, and at the correct size at varying pixel densities?  I understand why the is...
Does anyone have an explanation as to why the interactive cubes below do not work on retina display macs?  http://mrdoob.github.io/three.js/examples/canvas_interactive_cubes.html  The code works in Firefox, Safari and Chrome in the non retina macbook...
I am having some issues getting pixi.js 2.+ to work with retina displays.  scale = window.devicePixelRatio width = 960 height = 500  renderer = new (PIXI.CanvasRenderer)(width, height,{resolution:scale}) stage = new PIXI.Stage(0xFFFFFF)      if scale...
I have this jQuery-script that gives any image or object with tag data-retina="true" a retina-resolution-image or background-image.  But how do I remove the last part from the script so that this function will apply on every image, not just t...

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