It's set in a macro on open/reload. But... it sets the positions of objects in differently with every screen display and none actually fit the screen!
On Qlikview desktop it's to small for the screen, in the WebView it's to big, in a web browser with a small screen its to big for the screen and on a large display it's to small for the screen. This is getting really frustrating!
Also do you have pre-set the size of images (png's/jpeg's). I loaded in some images, set fit to aspect and in the web browser it completely changes their sizes? I'm now having to use a macro to set the width and height of the images to get them to display correctly in the browser.
Fit Zoom to Window works well in every QV version that I've tried, so I'm not really sure why you'd be having issues with it. However, to the best extent of my knowledge, it does not apply to WebView / Browser and never did.
Fit Zoom to Window is supposed to set the object sizes different in every display - by definition, it fits them to that display. Keep in mind that it will maintain the aspect ratio, which means typically either the height or width will not be fully used unless your original display matches the display you are zooming to in ratio. Also keep in mind that Fit Zoom to Window only applies to the current active sheet, not the entire QVW.
I'm finding Zoom to Window doesn't work as intended at all.
As it isn't supported in the webview/browser there must be a better way of setting the size of the screen!
Is it possible to get the device width and height (as you can do in HTML)? I know how to get the screen resolution and adjust for that but that when you have say a larger display plugged into a laptop as both screens are set with the same resolution.
I found a thread that should have further discussion on the Extension that existed:
About the best I can offer to try to get you further ahead with things.
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