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Unusable Interface on Android HiDPI

Sylwester Jan 27, 2015 05:26PM CET


I bought Lemur in order to control my MIDI Gear. I am using a Samsung Galaxy S III (i9300), which has a 1280x720 HiDPI Screen, but in Lemur its reported as 640x316 - this results in big scrolling and an unusable interface.

Please fix it in the current release, otherwise this Applicaiton is unusable on any current Android Devices.

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Sylwester Jan 27, 2015 05:32PM CET
And yes, there is a field in the App which says "Lemur Resolution", but it is not a Drop-Down Field as documented.
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Liine Support Jan 29, 2015 03:11AM CET Liine Agent
Lemur can work at any size, but resolution is set per-project. Use Lemur Editor to set the resolution of your project or to resize an existing project. You can see the resolution of your particular device in the Lemur app settings screen. Use the values displayed there in the Lemur Editor.

In some cases, the resolution of the device might be wrongly reported from Android OS to Lemur. You can always use whatever resolution you like in Lemur Editor and send that template to Lemur, effectively forcing whatever resolution you like.

The Lemur Editor offers a stretch function. When you change the resolution, you'll be asked if you want to automatically stretch the project. This function has some limitations: some objects have minimum sizes, they can't be resized smaller than that, and some projects use scripting to move and resize objects. The stretch function can not analyze scripts.

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