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    Dear all,

    I've developed some forms using a single column putting all fields labels just above the field in order to obtain something viewable on a mobile screen (narrow and long...)
    Probably is a very stupid question but I'm not a programmer and so I try to ask you for support.
    When I login and then access to forms I see all them really very little on the mobile screen (like you see a web site) .
    To understand something I need to do the classic zooming but I don't like it too much.
    Is it there a way to optimize the width of screen based on the device you are using in that moment (dinamic) ? If not
    I can also make a specific version of form app for that device defining the width but I don't know wich kind of values to set (form_XX_inch...) .
    I undestand that my question is something different that a clear tech one but I hope that, at list, the concept would be quite clear.
    Bye
    Giovanni

  • #2
    well I was planning to do some forms as well and would like to know the answer to this question!
    any one ?
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    Arthur Klisiewicz
    dATA POINT SOFTWARE
    www.datapointsoftware.com

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    • #3
      Scriptcase 7 is not optimized to mobile yet. It uses a lot of tables and old stuff.
      There is only the buggy menu aplication for moble that dont work as expected.
      Best Regards
      Hiram BQ

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      • #4
        Originally posted by hirambq View Post
        Scriptcase 7 is not optimized to mobile yet. It uses a lot of tables and old stuff.
        There is only the buggy menu aplication for moble that dont work as expected.
        I think that the first step to mobile optimization is to create ResponsiveDesign Templates. This should not be very hard for somebody realing with templates daily. NetMake should do it first, so at least forms open up properly.

        I wonder if anybody habe had some luck with site conversion tools, which can gram an entire PHP/HTML App and convert it to mobile version ?


        Arthur
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        Arthur Klisiewicz
        dATA POINT SOFTWARE
        www.datapointsoftware.com

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