Monitor resolution and screen size fields based on logical or physical screen size

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20-07-2021

The documentation Adobe has on the monitor resolution field, says it's based on the active display and doesn't clarify further if the field is capturing logical or physical sizes : https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/components/dimensions/monitor-resolution.html?
 
Any further clarification if the monitor resolution and screen size fields capture logical or physical sizes would be most helpful. Thanks!

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The page that you linked to gives the code for getting the Monitor resolution: it's using the "screen" object.

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@ireneg25367024  If I am correct than by logical you mean to say the actual size of screen i.e. measuring from top left corner to bottom right corner. If that's the case than yes it measure using the same dimensions logically.