With the release of ITScriptNet 3.0b, we now support High Resolution devices. These are Windows Mobile devices that support a screen resolution higher than the WM standard 320x240. Most current devices are VGA resolution, which is 640x480. Examples include the Motorola MC75 and the Intermec CV30.
We wanted to keep our philosophy that programs designed for one device run well on another device. So if you design a program for a 320x240 device, say a Motorola MC70, we want to on a 640x480 device (like the MC75) without requiring any modification.
Here is an example of a standard program running on a regular 320x240 device:
Now here is the same program running on a VGA device in ITScriptNet, without Auto Scaling and with Auto Scaling:
Without Auto Scaling, the program use only 320x240 of the full 640x480 resolution, and occupies only a quarter of the screen. But with Auto Scaling, ITScriptNet expands all fonts and images to full the screen.
The advantage of High Resolution displays for devices is that with 4 times the number of pixels in the same space, readability is improved dramatically. In this example, the left image is the standard resolution device, and the right side is the High Resolution device. Note how much smoother the text is compared to the standard device.