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OSX (10.9, 10.10) screen resolutions need be greater than 1024x768

This is blocking many of our tests since we can't test against OSX 10.9, 10.10, and 10.11 since these features need to be greater than 1024 x 768 so the responsive web design settings kick in. This should be a standard for sauce labs to support apple retina resolutions. The current resolution 1024 × 768 isn't acceptable for our testing. OSX platforms 10.9, 10.10, 10.11 need to support 1920x1200 or great screen resolution. For any new OSX platforms it should be requirement to build mirroring screen resolution. 

  • Greg Sypolt
  • Aug 4 2015
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  • Lubos Parobek commented
    23 Apr, 2016 01:26am

    I've edited this idea to reflect what was shipped and created a new idea specifically for Mac10.11 resolutions

  • Jillian commented
    22 Apr, 2016 07:20pm

    Agree - this should not be marked as shipped.

  • Guest commented
    4 Mar, 2016 04:09pm

    Also, this idea is incorrectly categorized as "shipped", as it does not apply to OSX 10.11

  • Guest commented
    4 Mar, 2016 04:08pm

    It's worth noting that your competitor supports a standard set of screen resolutions across all OSX versions: https://www.browserstack.com/question/551

  • Justin Johnson commented
    3 Feb, 2016 03:41pm

    Is there any update or reason why this hasn't been implemented for OSX 10.11 (El Capitan)? It's even limited to 1024x768: https://wiki.saucelabs.com/display/DOCS/Platform+Configurator#/

  • Yaroslav Borets commented
    26 Aug, 2015 11:11pm

    We have added following resolutions to OS X 10.9 and 10.10 :

    • 800x600
    • 1152x720
    • 1152x864
    • 1152x900
    • 1280x720
    • 1280x768
    • 1280x800
    • 1280x960
    • 1280x1024
    • 1366x768
    • 1376x1032
    • 1400x1050
    • 1440x900
    • 1600x900
    • 1600x1200
    • 1680x1050
    • 1920x1200
    • 1920x1440
    • 2048x1152
    • 2048x1536
    • 2360x1770

  • Robert Wierzbicki commented
    6 Aug, 2015 03:41pm

    1024x768 is less than 7% of web users too according to http://www.hobo-web.co.uk/best-screen-size/