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Victor Tolosa
Posted Oct 24 - Read on Facebook

Hey folks,

Any way to get framer to scale with android chrome nicely? I'm testing on a Galaxy S5 and it seems to scale well until I "save to home screen" and open up the browser as a web app. It's a small issue but I'd like to view the prototype in fullscreen.

anyone else experience this issue or got a fix?


Koen Bok

I think you can tweak it with the meta viewport tag. Should be easy to google what the right settings are for the 5S.

Andreas Mitschke

I'm not sure what you mean... but I just try to help.

To fix the viewport:
<meta name="viewport" content="initial-scale=1, maximum-scale=1">
and to get rid of the top bar:
<meta name="mobile-web-app-capable" content="yes">

or you can request the document to be FS via JS: document.documentElement.requestFullscreen();

So, I hope something of this fits.

Victor Tolosa

Thanks guys. I was hoping there was another way other than the viewport meta tag. Works well enough.

Benjamin Den Boer

Besides adjusting the viewport meta tag, you could also adjust the contentScale of your prototypes on the fly:

Framer.Device.contentScale = 0.5

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