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    Android Samsung S4 1920 x 1080 landscape view problem

    Dear Experts,

    I have a Samsung S4 that has been demoted to live its life as Navigation system in my car (and web radio player, Iím using XiiaLive Pro)!

    I am new to iGO - but during the last 3 weeks I have configured a great navigation system, with many, many thanks to several of The Experts in this fine forum!!

    I have been used to have my Navigation in portrait mode - and iGo works fine in portrait, BUT I would like to test my system in Landscape mode (I guess that most systems is developed for this mode?)

    When I use my phone in Landscape, the display cuts some few mm in the bottom of the display! - and Iím confused after reading a zillion posts about settings

    The "Help" menu in iGo says: HighRes resolution: 1920 x 1080, Primo resolution: 960 x 840 (both is 16:9).

    Where to go from here!

    Greetings - and thanks in advance.

    BTW - sys.txt:

    [rawdisplay]
    force_renderer="RENDER_MOYA"
    ;driver=engine
    screen_xy="detect"
    driver="gdi" ;for HD & QHD
    highres=1 ;for HD & QHD

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    Ahhr - Could it have something to do with my "menu bar" in the top of my display??

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    It must have
    iGO does not have a 16:9 field available because the top menu bar uses x-pixels!

    Right??
    Last edited by Buffen; 7th March 2016 at 22:09.

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    Yes, of course
    Anyway, you can set it to full screen. Have you tried experiment with next options:

    [android]
    ;fullscreen=1
    ;tablet=0
    ;has_physical_home_button=1

    remove ; in front of commands, and try.

    Also, you can try with multimode ini modifications.
    Read [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] from wojpen, it is quite educational.

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    Hi,
    Thanks Boki_Srb - a good word,

    @Buffen
    It looks like:

    The top and bottom bar - Crop an image from the bottom - mode tablet - suitable for Tablet for mobile does not necessarily (cut down)
    Spoiler: Tablet
    [android]
    fullscreen = 1
    tablet = 1
    Screenshot 2016 03 07 23 31 11



    Mode with the upper band - status bar - see other status icons
    Spoiler: Status Bar
    [android]
    fullscreen = 0
    tablet = 0
    Screenshot 2016 03 07 23 24 22


    Full Screen mode - if you will - in full screen
    Spoiler: Full Screen
    [android]
    fullscreen = 1
    tablet = 0
    Screenshot 2016 03 07 23 29 22


    A small note to these declarations:

    In the section [rawdisplay] only:
    driver = engine,(gdi)
    screen_xy = "xxx_yyy / xxxxxx, uuuuuu" commented out!
    If screen_xy = "hhh_uuu / xxxxxxx, uuuhuuu" you write its resolution, the entries in the fullscreen =? and tablet =? ignored.



    @arimi - Thx
    Last edited by wojpen; 8th March 2016 at 07:34.
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    Dear Boki_Srb and wojpen,

    The mode with:

    [android]
    fullscreen = 1
    tablet = 0

    worked like a charm - now I have "Full screen Navigation"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffen View Post
    Dear Boki_Srb and wojpen,

    The mode with:

    [android]
    fullscreen = 1
    tablet = 0

    worked like a charm - now I have "Full screen Navigation"
    Well!
    So you do not have to say, "To be or not to be"
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    Quote Originally Posted by wojpen View Post
    Well!
    So you do not have to say, "To be or not to be"
    I can say: To be!!

 

 

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