Currently Being ModeratedFeb 7, 2012 6:49 AM (in response to frato)
I second frato's question: how did you get it to display 1024x768 in the first place? I can't get my widgets to be larger than approximatly what frato is reporting (I haven't measured specifically, but there are approximately 1 inch margins all around the widget face.).
I'd really like a full-screen canvas to draw on, and even better than that would be one that rotates nicely like fantem wants.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 7, 2012 12:55 PM (in response to phantem)
All of this started with the tutorial at http://kinetic-media.com/get-html5-working-inside-of-ibooks/
From what I can tell, you have to make changes in the following places (and note-- you should do them in THIS order or you have to make additional changes...)
info.plist: Make sure that the height and width are set properly to 1024x768
default.png file inside the widget should be 1024x768
Drag the widget to the book
In the inspector for the widget (Layout), ensure the margin is set to 0 (different templates have different defaults for this, so you may not have to change)
Click the 'Edit HTML' button below the widget
In the inspector for the widget (Layout), ensure the margin is set to to 0 (YES, you may have to do it again)
Switch to the Metrics tab of the inspector and set the size to 1024x768
NOTE: the content of the widget is basically unscrollable and unpinchable (zoom out), so make sure your content fits properly into the desired window
VERTICAL NOTE: iBooks forces a 44 pixel translucent bar across the top of the screen (even if you don't have a title defined). Account for this in the design of your web page… Seems like a bug, but who knows...