#1 1.1 not respect *-scale sub attributes of viewport meta tag

v1.0 (example)
Myk OLeary


Use the viewport meta tag to set user-scalable and use specific scale options:
<meta name="viewport" content="user-scalable=false; initial-scale=1.0;maximum-scale:1.0;minimum-scale:1.0" />

For more accurate repro, have 6-12 divs of content that have "float:left;" as part of the style such that they would float around each other given more space (test in Safari for that)


When switching from portrait to landscape, iPhoney zooms in by scaling up instead of respecting the maximum-scale attribute


No scaling such that more divs appear on the screen on a specific horizontal line.


http://www.chunklove.com - look at on iPhone and the iPhoney 1.1.


  • Myk OLeary

    Myk OLeary - 2007-07-10
    • labels: --> Interface (example)
    • milestone: --> v1.0 (example)
    • priority: 5 --> 7
    • assigned_to: nobody --> monyschu
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I agree, not supporting the iphone viewport is a major mis-step by iPhoney. I love iPhoney, but find it essentially useless for previewing iPhone websites because, if they are properly handling rotation, then they are using viewports which iPhoney is ignoring. For another example, check out http://www.launchrz.com


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