iOS Question iPhone 6 Zoomed mode

Discussion in 'iOS Questions' started by MallyUK, Feb 21, 2015.

  1. MallyUK

    MallyUK Member Licensed User


    Just starting with B4i and loving it, thank you for making this wonderful software that lets us Windows users get stuck into iOS programming :)

    I'm using my iPhone 6 for design/debug.

    My question: My eyesight isn't the best, so I sometimes put my iPone into Zoomed mode (Settings>Display & Brightness>View>Zoomed). I've noticed that when I do this, the UI elements of my app are affected (size and position). Buttons that were at the bottom of the screen have grown larger and moved off-screen etc.

    Is there any way to either turn off the "zoomed" effect so it ignores that system setting, or to programatically detect Zoomed mode so I can compensate in my code?

    Thanks, and sorry if this is a noob question - I'm still learning my way around and couldn't see anything about this in the Q&A forums.

  2. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    How are you building the layout? If you are using anchors then it should work correctly automatically.
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