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Retrieve information about macOS displays

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Fetch information about macOS displays given a display ID, which is available from nsscreen.deviceDescription()["NSScreenNumber"] using pyobjc.

Get the user-visible display name from an id:

>>> import macos_display
>>> macos_display.display_name(69732928)
'Color LCD'

List all display names:

>>> from AppKit import NSScreen
>>> import macos_display
>>> screens = NSScreen.screens()
>>> for screen in screens:
...     screen_id = screen.deviceDescription()["NSScreenNumber"]
...     name = macos_display.display_name(screen_id)
...     print(name)
Color LCD

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