There is something as the 'aspect ratio'. Width/Height (in pixels). Yes.
But there is also a thing thats called 'Non-square pixels'.
Look up the screen resolution in pixels. Calculate the aspect ratio. I suppose that is 640px x 1136px ?
Take a ruler. Measure screen. Calculate the aspect ratio. If they are not the same, the device has 'Non-square pixels'.
I think you problem is there somewhere. Latest Android is using 'dips' as a unit, in stead of 'square pixels'. It means Density-independent Pixels. And thats ALL i know. Wich is, i know, not that mutch.
A bit to lazy to read all this too, sorry.
https://developer.android.com/guide/pra ... pport.html
Thanks, I've found the screen width of the tablet is 710px, and I've set up the events on C2 to resize and position them to 710px, but it doesn't work. I've included here the stripped down menu with all the images replaced and the visual behaviors removed: https://www.dropbox.com/s/o23zh7ss0k2sg ... .capx?dl=0
This will give an idea of what I'm working with, if the tablet device happens to be different (710px wide in my case) instead of my default 640px, how can I reposition everything, resize the backgrounds and adjust the pagewidth for the sliding mechanism so everything looks the same whatever the width of the viewport on each device?