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UI bug on when iPhone 4 is in landscape

PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2011 5:55 pm
by Ross Floate
Love TimeLapse, and have made some fun videos with it. I've noticed that if the iPhone is on its side, touchscreen 'clicks' do not register where the phone is touched. So framing is hard when the iPhone is on its side (landscape mode). Maybe I'm doing something wrong, but this has been a bit of an annoyance when using the app.

Apart from that, love it and hope you have a lot of success with it.

Re: UI bug on when iPhone 4 is in landscape

PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2011 6:56 pm
by xyster
Thank you!

I just tried this on my iPhone 4 and I am definitely not seeing this problem. I tried two different methods:

1. I tapped 'Frame and Start' in the portrait orientation and then turned it to landscape.
2. I rotated the phone into landscape and then tapped 'Frame and Start'.

In either case, I had no problems tapping the screen to change focus or tapping the buttons on the toolbar below.

Can you provide a bit more information on what you are trying to do that is not working for you?