iPhone X display problems

  • I started this thread construct.net/en/forum/construct-2/how-do-i-18/can-i-replace-the-black-bars-o-141559 as I'm unable to get a correct export for iPhone, but it seems to be related to this thread also.

    For a brief explanation of my problem:

    - I can't get the background of an iPhone X game to be white (white bars in letterbox scale instead of black bars).

    - On iPhone 7 & 8, the background is white, but the status bar is apparent.

    - It's a Construct 2 project exported with C3 export manager.

    Seems like some people here have the same kind of problems. Any solution has been found for these?

    I need to publish my game SOON (publisher involved) so if someone has a quick (even ugly) solution it would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks!

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  • 2 months since the last post in this thread and I'm just wondering if there's something done to fix this issue? Just tried today and the problem is still the same.

  • Unfortunately those black bands are generated automatically because the game is not 9:16 but in 4:3, by default the black bands will appear and cannot be modified, what you have modified with the code is the vision of the game.

  • I started this thread construct.net/en/forum/construct-2/how-do-i-18/can-i-replace-the-black-bars-o-141559 as I'm unable to get a correct export for iPhone, but it seems to be related to this thread also.

    For a brief explanation of my problem:

    - I can't get the background of an iPhone X game to be white (white bars in letterbox scale instead of black bars).

    - On iPhone 7 & 8, the background is white, but the status bar is apparent.

    - It's a Construct 2 project exported with C3 export manager.

    Seems like some people here have the same kind of problems. Any solution has been found for these?

    I need to publish my game SOON (publisher involved) so if someone has a quick (even ugly) solution it would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks!

    This sounds quite simple - but have you tried declaring !important after your CSS? I had to do similar and I remember resorting to just crowbarring everything I wanted in

  • I believe will be updating the build server to Cordova 9 soon to fix this. Updating the Cordova version was quite a significant undertaking and ran in to a few issues so has been taking a bit of time to figure out.

  • I believe will be updating the build server to Cordova 9 soon to fix this. Updating the Cordova version was quite a significant undertaking and ran in to a few issues so has been taking a bit of time to figure out.

    Great news! Looking forward to see it fixed in an update later on. :)

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