WebView/Browser Viewport Size

by Miguel Paraz » Fri, 06 Mar 2009 23:56:19 GMT


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 Hi,
Don't you think it would be useful for the WebView or the browser to
set the viewport size? This is to show the entire html content on a
single page, and disable scrolling.

This could be done as a setting on the WebView object, or through
Javascript or meta tags in the browser app (as it is in the iPhone).

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