Eclipse Landscape Emulator

by droozen » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 08:27:39 GMT

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 Is there a way to launch my app from eclipse in landscape mode on the
emulator? Or am I doomed to having it launch in portrait, so eclipse
will build and deploy my app, then launching a landscape emulator from
the command line?

Eclipse Landscape Emulator

by Mark Murphy » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 08:30:06 GMT


Can't you just use <Ctrl>-<F12> to toggle between portrait and landscape?

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Eclipse Landscape Emulator

by Kevin Phillips » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 08:59:00 GMT

 Hi droozen,

In Eclipse do the following.

Select your project
Go to Run > Run Configuration > Then select the "Target" tab.
under "Emulator Launch Parameters" select the "Screen Size" and set
the drop down to "HVGA-P".

I just tested this and it worked for me, my app started in Landscape

Good luck.



Eclipse Landscape Emulator

by Dat Nguyen » Fri, 13 Mar 2009 01:47:16 GMT

 Try Ctrl + F11. May be this is what you need.

Dat Nguyen.


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