Seeing the same thing on the tablet. I looked up the specs for that tablet and its screen is x Ah well… I looked up the specs for that tablet and its screen is x Amazon Video behaves that way. Would an option is settings that forced the mobile client to one mode or another- phone, tablet, fullscreen or not – be a practicable solution for situations like this?
Only checking on startup makes sense. Would an option is settings that forced the mobile client to 92×601 mode or another- phone, tablet, fullscreen or not – be a practicable solution for situations like this?
It might just be the program interacting in an unexpected way with this poor-performing tablet.
My guess is that the DPI is funky on that device. Something strange is going on. Even with the tablet locked on landscape, Roon starts in portrait. Ah well… I looked up the specs for that tablet and its screen is x So in theory, an application should redraw from portrait to landscape and vice versa whenever the tablet was rotated.
Remember in grade school when they taught us that computers were wondrous devices that could only do simple things but would do them with absolute repeatability? Or even simply not doing 962c601 above a certain screen res.
It resolution turns out to be only x, as reported by whatsmyscreenresolution. So actually, it should work fine in tablet mode, resolution-wise.
I found the setting for alpha nav in the Mac 962xx601. Note that Roon on the iPad Pro the big one does support portrait and landscape, as it is wide post-DPI scaling enough to run tablet mode in portrait. Which tablet are you using and what size and resolution is it screen?
The strange part is Roon starting in portrait regardless of tablet orientation at startup one day, despite restarts of the tablet, locking the tablet in landscape, dropping data and cache and even reinstalling, and then starting in landscape the next, again, regardless of tablet orientation. So, after several days of behaving nicely in landscape mode after paradoxically starting into landscape from a vertically oriented deviceRoon crashed and upon restart reverted to starting into phone mode regardless.
The resolution, post DPI compensation is around x As time goes on and people accumulate tablets, that will become more common. And 962×6011 no alpha nav. Well, and the fact that it functions perfectly when it feels like it would also suggest that. I thought that the OS would only scale if the app was trying to display something that was too small for native. Exactly the opposite is more logical.
Tablet Screen Resolution Stats Worldwide
I did that once. Hi, One thing to note is that Roon does not react to tablets screen rotation whilst running. It is on the roadmap to make the phone experience first class, but it involves a lot more than just a UI change.
I doubt people will dedicate their best tablets as remote controls. From then forward, Roon was steadfastly in landscape mode.
What is my screen resolution/display resolution? – Screen resolution statistics
If your screen, after compensation for DPI, runs at what our graphics designers have deemed large enough for the full ui, you 962×6601 in tablet mode which is similar to the desktop mode. Just hit the ABC in the lower left of the browsers. Table mode is landscape only Phone mode is portrait only The Roon 96×2601 does monitor the screen orientation changes but only to flip the GUI degrees. See if you can turn them off for Roon — then it will be locked in one of the two modes.
There are some suggestions on DPI fixing stuff there. I would never see any content from the middle of the alphabet. Where is alpha nav in android client?
I looked 926×601 the specs for that tablet and its screen is x Thus, instead of seeing better hardware as upgrade-itus drives device sales, Roon needs to be prepared for the hand-me-downs.