Can someone please help Bart out here !
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Have you set the setting in
disable_screen_rotation = 1
and in the build.yml
Not yet, I`ll be sure to check those out in a few minutes!
I will let you know the results. Thanks.
These settings do not seem to work for me. It results in the application starting as shown in screenshot 1.
Hmm not sure why that is not working. One way you may be able to force it is to actually open up the xCode project that we use to build the app. In that file you can look at info.plist and change the Supported interface options
Location of xcode project is:
[rhodes gem folder]/platform/iphone/rhorunner.xcodeproj (open this in xcode)
Then look an info.plist
otherwise you can open the file with file editor and change:
That was the first thing I tried before I knew of the build.yml and rhoconfig.txt options.
There are visual options to set those. And after those did not work, I also tried to edit them into the info.plist file. And there I tried the UISupportedInterfaceOrientations and combined that with the UIInterfaceOrientation key and set that to landscape aswell. This turned out into the result described in the first post.
Some further testing provided a workaround for us. With the project opened in xcode, I disabled all the supported interface orientations. This way, the system works it out itself and always starts in portrait mode.
This is still far from ideal and is not the workaround we had hoped for. But untill we get further input we just have to stick with this.
Is there no one with some new input for this matter?