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From Maurice Amsellem <maurice.amsel...@systar.com>
Subject RE: Issue with mobile UI default sizes
Date Fri, 01 Nov 2013 17:01:13 GMT
Thanks Alex and Om.
I will then make the change.

BTW, do you know why the 120 DPI classification was introduced?  Is it to match the DENSITY_LOW
dpi class on the Android platform?

Maurice 

-----Message d'origine-----
De : omuppi1@gmail.com [mailto:omuppi1@gmail.com] De la part de OmPrakash Muppirala
Envoyé : vendredi 1 novembre 2013 17:06
À : dev@flex.apache.org
Objet : Re: Issue with mobile UI default sizes

+1 from me.

Thanks,
Om
On Nov 1, 2013 7:41 AM, "Alex Harui" <aharui@adobe.com> wrote:

> I haven't wrestled with this DPI stuff to truly understand the issue, 
> but I don't see anything obviously wrong with it.
>
> -Alex
>
> On 11/1/13 3:32 AM, "Maurice Amsellem" <maurice.amsellem@systar.com>
> wrote:
>
> >
> >Hi,  I would prefer peer approval on the proposition below before 
> >going ahead.
> >Anyone?
> >
> >Maurice
> >
> >________________________________________
> >De : Maurice Amsellem
> >Envoyé : jeudi 31 octobre 2013 17:08
> >À : dev@flex.apache.org
> >Objet : RE: Issue with mobile UI default sizes
> >
> >Hi,
> >
> >Based on yesterday's discussions & suggestions, and putting aside the 
> >secondary topics for now :-) , this is what could be done and why :
> >
> >Requirements to be compliant with Apple's specs on iOS devices:
> >1)  "retina" devices should always get the double DPI of their non 
> >retina equivalent
> >2)  "mini" devices should always get the same DPI of their non-mini 
> >equivalent.
> >
> >To meet the above requirements, these are the DPI classifications for 
> >iOS
> >devices:
> >iPad 1+2 => 160 DPI (real:132)
> >iPad 3+4 => 320 DPI (real: 264)
> >iPad mini 1 => 160 DPI (real:163)
> >iPad mini retina  => 320 DPI (real:326)
> >
> >This is basically equivalent to reverting back to SDK 4.10 DPI 
> >classification , and fix the common issue with iPad 3+4.
> >
> >The change should be done in the default RuntimeDPIProvider, and 
> >specifically for the devices above , so as not to impact other devices...
> >
> >What do you think ?
> >
> >Maurice
> >
> >PS:
> >Actually there are two other possibilities that also meet the 
> >requirement and that I rejected:
> >2) use the 120 / 240 instead of 160 / 320 for all iOS devices that is 
> >SDK 4.11 extended to "mini", => but then people are complaining that 
> >the UI is too small (smaller than what it used to be)
> >
> >3) use 120 / 240 for all iOS devices, AND scale up all CSS and AS 
> >Script by 1.33 => far too costly..
> >
> >
> >-----Message d'origine-----
> >De : Maurice Amsellem [mailto:maurice.amsellem@systar.com]
> >Envoyé : jeudi 31 octobre 2013 01:02
> >À : dev@flex.apache.org
> >Objet : RE: Issue with mobile UI default sizes
> >
> >I can confirm these figures for SDK 4.10
> >
> >- iPad 1+2 = 160  dpi  (real: 132)
> >- iPad 3+4 = 240 dpi        (real: 263)
> >- iPad mini 1 = 160 dpi  (real: 163).
> >
> >And for SDK 4.11:
> >- iPad 1+2 = 120  dpi  (real: 132)
> >- iPad 3 = 240 dpi        (real: 263)
> >
> >So if the buckets didn't change in SDK 4.11, I guess that your 
> >figures for iPad mini 1 and 2 are correct for SDK  4.11
> >
> >Maurice
> >
> >-----Message d'origine-----
> >De : Justin Mclean [mailto:justin@classsoftware.com] Envoyé : jeudi 
> >31 octobre 2013 00:40 À : dev@flex.apache.org Objet : Re: Issue with 
> >mobile UI default sizes
> >
> >Hi,
> >
> >Currently this is what classifyDPI returns:
> >- iPad1+2 = 120 dpi
> >- iPad 3+4+Air = 240 dpi
> >- iPad min 1 = 160 dpi
> >- iPad mini 2 = 320 dpi
> >
> >Or so I assueme form the specs anyone confirm on a real device?
> >
> >Thanks,
> >Justin
>
>

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