Hi, thanks for the lightning fast reply! Having deleted the app (and I suppose it's not available on the App store), it's difficult to be specific. It just did not work ; I could see the structure of my notes but could not open the different pages.
I see, thanks for letting us know anyway. Could you let me know what iPhone you have and what version of iOS your device is running so that we can be aware of this kind of issue for the future and potentially be able to look into it in our office?
Also, would you mind expanding on what you mean by "it's not available on the App store"? VoodooPad should be visible on the App Store, so I want to ensure there isn't an issue with that.
Thanks for the feedback! I'll see if we can add some more functionality from the Mac version of VoodooPad to the iOS version.
Thanks for your suggestions! I'll pass them along to my team and see if we can incorporate them into a future iOS version update. Besides supporting Split View and Slide Over, is there any other way that we can better support the iPad Pro 12.9” screen specifically?
Pardon, I meant to ask both you and Jon about any screen scaling issues you had noticed. If you have run into any scaling issues, I'd certainly appreciate any details you could provide so that we can investigate more effectively.
on 05 Jan, 2018 10:18 PM
Hi, Ok, what's the issue? I have some smaller VoodooPad documents used for
iOS -- never dared to add big ones as the sync was never reliable and even
worse corrupted the document in case I had it running for both Mac and iOS
from the same Dropbox file. Anyway, are we talking about not fitting the
screen or clipping? --Kent
Hey Colin, I’m running the first-gen iPad Pro 12.9”. Its native screen
resolution is 2732x2048. When the 12.9” iPad was first released many apps
ran in a zoomed/scaled up mode as they’d been designed for the earlier 9.7”
iPads which were 2048x1536. I presume that’s the issue here, or if not its
presenting in exactly the same way.
@Kent, I'm sorry for any misunderstanding. You mentioned screen scaling as a feature that you'd like to see, and I thought that you were referring to the same issues that Jon was. Could you clarify for me what you meant by screen scaling so that I can take a closer look?
@Jon, I see, thanks for following up! I'll look into this as soon as possible.
on 09 Jan, 2018 10:59 PM
HI I think Jon and I talked about the same thing -- to scale the VoodooPad
app to any screen resolution, I only have a iPad mini here so I don't know
how it scales across the especially high-res new iPads. --Kent