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Christian Hagel
Posted Jul 15 - Read on Facebook

I've built a prototype using the built in device "Google Nexus 9". However, when viewed on a real device, a similar Android tablet with the same resolution, in the Framer Android browser, my prototype is scaled down. Ideas for what might be wrong or how to debug?

10 Comments

Christian Hagel

Ally Rippley

I haven't really used framer but in my html file, I use a meta viewport tag for mobile devices and set scale to no, one sec and i'll get you the code

Ally Rippley

something like this:
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1, maximum-scale=1, user-scalable=no">

Jordan Robert Dobson

Use my dpr module for your values and you should be good.

Christian Hagel

Jordan Robert DobsonI'll try your dpr module but I tried an entirely empty prototype and it was scaled in the same way.

Jordan Robert Dobson

They might have different resolutions.

Christian Hagel

Ally Ripp thank you. That code is part of index.html in framer projects. I had to go check :-)

Christian Hagel

Jordan Robert Dobson here is a debug project with a lot of my base layout ported to dpr. No luck: http://share.framerjs.com/h35vx8tgiu73/

Eelco Lempsink

Christian, what does `print Utils.deviceType()` show when opening the project on the Google Nexus 9 device? (It should be ‘tablet’)

Jordan Robert Dobson

Yeah I think you might just want no device

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