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  • I can not reduce screen to see my entire city on tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

    Good.
    I ask around here in case someone has happened to another mobile or tablet.
    I can not reduce the screen to see my entire city playing Dominations on Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet; making the gesture of the tweezers with two fingers.
    There comes a time when I can not reduce the screen anymore and I can not see my entire city.
    I am an advanced computer user and could modify some file or whatever of the game to achieve this.
    Has it happened to you with any device?
    Thanks in advance.

  • #2
    Works as designed.
    if you cannot pan out further, then you need to scroll.
    Bad Rabbits II ~ We Hop, You Drop ~ Adults Playing DomiNations

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    • #3
      In other similar tablets and my mobile for example I have found that yes you can zoom out and see the entire city.
      This tablet I have updated to Android 6 and remains the same, I can not see my entire city ...
      Anyone else has happened?

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      • #4
        What aspect ratio do you have and which aspect ratio do you have at the devices where you can pan out more?
        Bad Rabbits II ~ We Hop, You Drop ~ Adults Playing DomiNations

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        • #5
          Wow, tab 2.
          I recommend a tab 4 or tab S/S2.
          Sour grapes make whine.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by alegs View Post
            What aspect ratio do you have and which aspect ratio do you have at the devices where you can pan out more?
            I have the tablet at 140 dpi, but if I put it in another resolution, it does exactly the same.
            The aspect ratio how do I look at it or do I modify it? Can you modify the aspect ratio in the game?

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            • #7
              Aspect ratio is the ratio of width to height. E.g. television screens used to be historically 4:3. That means 4 units wide and 3 high. Nowadays it's 16:9 or even wider for cinematic stuff.
              I just checked and noticed that I can e.g. see more on a wider screen. This is because at maximum pan out you have the same information distributed in height, but the additional width is also covered.

              Both of my screenshots are to big for upload because if nowadays high resolution.
              Last edited by alegs; 04-15-2019, 01:40 PM.
              Bad Rabbits II ~ We Hop, You Drop ~ Adults Playing DomiNations

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              • #8
                Originally posted by alegs View Post
                Aspect ratio is the ratio of width to height. E.g. television screens used to be historically 4:3. That means 4 units wide and 3 high. Nowadays it's 16:9 or even wider for cinematic stuff.
                I just checked and noticed that I can e.g. see more on a wider screen. This is because at maximum pan out you have the same information distributed in height, but the additional width is also covered.

                Both of my screenshots are to big for upload because if nowadays high resolution.
                Thanks Alegs for your help.
                Tell you that the size of my tablet is as follows:

                25.5 cm wide
                And 17.5 cm high

                It's a 10.1-inch tablet. Which, if I'm not mistaken, gives an aspect ratio of: 1.46: 1.

                Is that what you asked me?
                Last edited by galvi; 04-16-2019, 06:24 AM.

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                • #9
                  Your device is 16:10.
                  tgt message is: if you can pan out, you see what you see.
                  The game is made to be scrolled. It is no bug.
                  you will see more in widths on a 21:9 device but height will be the same.
                  Bad Rabbits II ~ We Hop, You Drop ~ Adults Playing DomiNations

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