Feature proposal: mobileActualAllowedOrientations?
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Sat Jan 27 16:00:08 EST 2018
I have the orientation on my phone locked to portrait. I'm sure I'm not
the only person in the world who locks their orientation.
LiveCode is the only app on my phone that doesn't respect a locked
orientation, freely jiggling around as I rotate my phone.
I can lock the orientation within my app, but I shouldn't have to.
And if I did, how could I know which orientation a user has locked to?
I can't find anything in the Dictionary that suggests how to resolve
this, so I'm thinking of either of two Bugzilla submissions:
a) mobileActuallAllowedOrientations (or some more graceful name),
a proposed function which returns the actual orientations the device
is currently set to allow.
b) Bug report that LC doesn't respect the device's orientation lock.
Which do you folks feel is the better option?
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Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web
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