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    Pierre Igot commented  · 

    For your information, the prompt switches back and forth between Retina and non-Retina, so there's something that happens EVERY TIME the prompt is displayed, which sets the resolution for the NEXT TIME it is displayed. It's not just about the very FIRST TIME the prompt is displayed (although it depends on your definition of "first", of course :-)).

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    Pierre Igot commented  · 

    You are, of course, absolutely right. Choosy "remembers" the last monitor on which it appeared and uses the same resolution the next time it appears, regardless of which monitor it appears on.

    Don't know if it'd be possible for you to fix this so that Choosy uses the resolution of the monitor it appears on.

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    Pierre Igot commented  · 

    I stand corrected. I *do* get a Retina prompt in most situations. I am trying to track down the specific circumstances in which I got a standard-res prompt instead of a hi-res prompt. (I got the screen shot to prove it.)

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