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#1 2019-08-13 20:08:16

theomolenaar
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Registered: 2012-12-11
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masonry on Ipad landscape

On my CE4 site I had a masonry layout on my tablet. Also when landscape. Now, with BL2 in the portrait layout I get a masonry of two pictures wide that looks acceptable. But in landscape there are also two images. With a lot of space between them. is there a way to change this? Or is there only one way the pixels are counted regardless of orientation?
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#2 2019-08-13 21:05:46

rod barbee
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Re: masonry on Ipad landscape

Can you share a link and the settings you’re using?


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#3 2019-08-13 21:26:34

theomolenaar
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Re: masonry on Ipad landscape

https://www.theomolenaar.nl/albums/asia … -at-jakar/

Settings (I guess these are the settings):

Screan breakpoints gofrom 3 to 2 from <= 1024 and to 1 from <=640 Ipad screen is 2048 by 1536. so it should be 3 columns in both directions. I cannot find separate mobile settings.

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#4 2019-08-13 22:00:09

rod barbee
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Re: masonry on Ipad landscape

I think that the iPad device width is considered to be 1024px
So try changing the 1024 setting to 3 columns


Rod 
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#5 2019-08-13 22:30:27

theomolenaar
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Re: masonry on Ipad landscape

You are right. It is considered half it's pixel size it seems.

Thanks.

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#6 2019-08-14 09:46:07

Matthew
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Re: masonry on Ipad landscape

the iPad is a 2x display, so has a 2048px resolution, but behaves as 1024px. This is true for all Apple devices with Retina display.


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