i getting problem in freelance operating station on display resolution ..
ie. graphics display not fit to window size...
as my desktop monitor model is Lenovo 23.8 inch
it is not so much a question of screen resolution (minor influence) or screen size, but x:Y ratio (major influence).
Freelance Graphic displays are vector graphics and therefore scale to the screen resolution. But the scaling is done by keeping the ratio, so a circle stays a circle and doesn't become an egg.
Previously Freelance supported mainly classic screen resolutions with a ratio of 4:3 or 5:4 If you showed those graphics on a wide screen with a ratio of 16:9 or 16:10 Freelance scaled the horizontal to match your horizontal resolution, but then the vertical pixel where not enough to show everything.
That is, why in "Clip" mode the lower part of your Graphic was not visible. In "Fully Visible" mode Freelance scaled the vertical resolution to 100% towards your screens vertical resolution. Then, because in wide screen you have more horizontal space available than in classical 4:3 ratio, the whole picture would fit on the screen, but still you had some unused horizontal space towards the right of the screen. That area only showed the grey background color. Mode "Centered" is like the "Fully Visible" mode, only the picture is shown in the middle of the horizontal space. So here you have two unused vertical stripes, one to the left and one to the right of the screen.
Since Freelance 2016 (maybe even with 2013, I'm not shure here) Freelance introduced the wide screen support. Here you can select the ratio a FGR is optimized for.
Always configure a Graphic in the ratio mode of the target monitor. In the header of an OS you set the ratio default ratio mode (classic or wide screen) of Free Graphics (FGR) configured for this station. Once the FGR is created you can still switch the ratio in the editor for the FGR (in case the default setting was wrong). This allows you to have one OS with a classic ratio monitor and another one with a wide screen monitor. But you should edit 2 FGR's with the same content in such a case, if you do not want the vertical or horizontal empty bars on one of the screens.
Please note that switching the ratio parameter in a FGR does not rearrange your objects on the screen, it just adjusts the canvas you can use for drawing.
Best is also to configure not only on a screen with the target screen's ratio, but also with the target screen's resolution, because even with the same ratio the netto vertical pixels available differ by some 20-100 pixels because of optimizations done for the alarm line. Also this leads to some unused bars to the left and right, but they are usually so small you will hardly recognize them. That is, why in the beginning I talked about minor and major influences.
Hope that helps