[Public WebGL] WebGL back buffer contents

Oliver Hunt [email protected]
Wed Jan 27 12:46:58 PST 2010

On Jan 27, 2010, at 12:16 PM, Gregg Tavares wrote:

> That doesn't change the size of the backbuffer, it only changes the size the backbuffer is displayed at on the screen. That exact example would give you 300x300 pixel backbuffer which is then scaled to fit whatever size the it needs to be scaled to for size of that element on the page. As it scales the backbuffer would say 300x300 pixels.
> The size of the backbuffer can only be set 2 ways
> <cavnas width="100" ...> 
> canvas.width = 100;
> Neither of those settings can be a percent.
When I say display size i mean the css style defined size not the backing buffer resolution (which is detached from display size)


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