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Fixing the resolution on Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Brian Mar 20, 2015 12:26AM CET

Lemur forces a canvas size of 960x496 on my device. I want to have it set to the native resolution of 1920x1080, but I see no option inside the app. To see if this is due to the loaded template, I created a basic template with Lemur editor, and added my device's resolution to the list of screen sizes.
After exporting it as a 1920x1080 resolution layout file, I loaded it into Lemur, only to find that it has not changed and remains at 960x496. The layout is larger than the resolution and I have to use Lemur's scroll bars to navigate the layout. How do I fix this?

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Liine Support Apr 02, 2015 09:48PM CEST Liine Agent
If you see the scroll bars, it means the resolution is too big. You might have to take into consideration the home buttons of Android OS, and subtract that from your total available resolution. Indeed the only way to set this is in the Lemur Editor, on a per-template basis. This might help:
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Mick Apr 09, 2015 11:53PM CEST
I had a similar problem. The best way is to use the resolution in the app for your projects. I did that and I don't get any scroll bars and the project is full screen.

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