Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Re: GWT app shows wrong on iPad/Safari?

Hi Magnus,

Doesn't the screen go back to non-zoomed mode if you double tap on it?

I guess that one way of preventing the auto zoom feature for input fields in IOS is to add user-scalable=no like this:

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1, user-scalable=no">

However, that will completely disable zooming and that may not be what you want. I have also read somewhere that if the font size is 16px then IOS will not auto zoom but I haven't tested it myself.

You say that this solution doesn't work on Android. Is your web app responsive, i.e. does it adapt to the current screen/window size? If not, then you should probably not use the viewport meta tag at all.


Den tisdag 17 november 2015 kl. 13:45:55 UTC+1 skrev Magnus:
in the meantime I found that the solution for IOS made the GUI unusable for Android.
The display is shrinked to fit on the screen. There are no scrollbars anymore.

Isn't there a solution for this?
Or could you limit the viewport tag for ios devices only?


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