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Edit ~/Library/Preferences/VMware Fusion/preferences file by adding following lines: pref.autoFitGuestToWindow = "FALSE" pref.autoFitFullScreen = "stretchGuestToHost" pref.autoFitGuestToWindow = "FALSE" disables auto fit for Single Window mode. pref.autoFitFullScreen = "stretchGuestToHost" disables auto fit for Full Screen mode.


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Use the resolution given in the name of the image. For @2x images, double the resolution in both directions. PPI does not matter—Apple uses 72 PPI. Do not use any transparency or interlacing. For example: icon_512x512@2x.png is a 1024x1024 image.


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1080p = 1920x1080 so you are already getting the highest resolution available on your monitor. Are you missing the menu bar at the top of the screen and the dock at the bottom? If so, moving the underscan slider beneath the resolution section in the Displays preference pane should resolve your problem. If you are still having trouble, try a PRAM reset ...


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Although you could do that, I would not recommend to do that. The font and everything else will be very small and it will be hard to read. It also could cause high temperatures on your macbook.


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I was able to do this with SwitchResX on my 13" MacBook Air running Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite. The little utility lets you select from a very long list of common and not-so-common resolution sizes. 720P is among them. Interestingly, I was able to use 1080P as well even though my display does not support a resolution that high. The quality seemed almost native ...



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