Thank you for the post.
Does this only occur if a container field is on the layout? Does this also occur in Form view?TSFalconFileMaker, Inc.
In my solution the right side of screen will be cut off on an iPhone after I move the iPhone 90 degrees and back. The layout is not correctly resized after going from the vertical view to the horizontal view and back to the vertical view. It will happen to any solution that was not specifically designed for the actual size of the iPhone but is slightly larger. You can get the entire screen back by zooming out with a hand gesture.
CodeCruncher: I see no difference in what is not displayed when going to landscape. I just have to scroll to the right, less.
TSFalcon: It occurs in form view. I just tested a layout without the container, and it still occurs.
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If I increase the size of this 'field' so there is room for three more lines - generating a big space between records in the report on the Mac - all text is displayed on the iPhone.
Is this a question of font sizes or line-distances not matching??
Thank you for the additional information.
The word from Testing and Development is this behavior is expected due to the way font mapping works. Fonts render slightly differently via iOS versus a Mac OS or even a Windows OS. The suggestion is to use one of the recommended fonts found on page 13 of the FileMaker Go Development guide located here:
Conditional formatting could also be used to change the size or the font of the text when viewed via iOS.
Thanks TSFalcon - I misunderstood the initial post. Either way my issue is due to the fact that FileMaker Go calculates the correct zoom level to display all information when the iPhone is moved at a 90 degree angle but when the iphone is moved back to the initial position the zoom level defaults to 100% and the right side of the layout is being cut off.