Thank you for your post.
Get (WindowContentHeight) and Get (WindowContentWidth) returns the area inside the Window, and it takes into account the Status Toolbar and Formatting Bar. Get (WindowHeight) and Get (WindowWidth) returns the size of the window regardless of the Status Toolbar and Formatting Bar. Get (WindowDesktopHeight) and Get (WindowsDektop Width) returns the size of your display. In your case, it would return 1024 x 768.
Therefore, to set the window for your screen size, in your script step, use:
Move/Resize Window [ Current window ; Height: Get (WindowDesktopHeight) ; Width: Get (WindowDesktopWidth) ; Top: 0 ; Left: 0 ]
Let me know if you need additional clarification.
Thank You very much for Your answer,
Yes - I'm aware of the functions - but I think that the 'guides' won't help much since they show only the 'inside' part of the window
Thank you for the clarification.
The screen stencils icon do not indicate the actual area that can be used, as it doesn't take into account the Status Toolbar, scroll bars, etc. The useable layout space as defined by the screen stencils is less.
For more information, even though the article is more geared towards iOS, see Knowledge Base Article #10678
This confusion has been previously reported (not by someone on the forum), and I have attached your post to the original report. When more information becomes available, I will let you know.