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mikehalloran wrote:I looked at an 8+ and an X ... I stayed with the 7+.
Because of the X screen, I would expect Scrivener to look about the same in landscape mode but, till some of us actually try that, we won't really know.
Wed Nov 15, 2017 2:21 pm Post
BTW: I think Keith kind of confirmed earlier in this thread that Scrivener wouldn't work on the X like it does on a Plus,
Thu Nov 16, 2017 2:13 am Post
If a device has "Regular Width", then it can show an expanded layout (the binder on the left). If it has "Compact Width", then it can only show a single view at a time. You'll not that in landscape orientation, the iPhone Plus has "Regular width, Compact height" (allowing the binder and editor to be shown at the same time), but the iPhone X has "Compact width, Compact" height. So despite the extra screen space, it seems that the iPhone X cannot show any more than a regular iPhone.(emphasis added.) Which is actually giving me second thoughts about buying one - my assumption that it would be able to show as much as the iPhone Plus but in a smaller phone was the main draw for me. It seems a bit odd that they haven't allowed that.
All the best,
Thu Nov 16, 2017 4:30 pm Post
Silverdragon wrote:KB wrote:I take this to mean that Scrivener will NOT be showing the binder on the left in landscape mode on an iPhone X, based on the supposition that Keith has taught Scrivener iOS to only show the binder on devices that have "Regular width."
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