Got a new Nexus 7 to play with this week. Tried Twine 2 on it and almost very impressed:
Loads in archives from drop box perfectly fine. A massive advantage over the iPad.
And unfortunately the extreme wide screen format causes an issue with the on screen keyboard. My stupid apple keyboard won't connect to the tablet so I tried the good old on screen keyboard. But because Twine 2 locks scrolling, you can't get rid of the address bar. This means the typing area is trapped under the keyboard and stays there no matter what.
Whilst I understand the workaround is to just get a keyboard connected, it means I can't whip out the tablet now and then and adjust a few clumsy sentences or rename some links.
Is there a special trick I can use to edit with the on screen keyboard or is this a feature request?
This is using chrome by the way. The default way to go fullscreen is to scroll down.
Oh wait, I haven't tried using it vertically... FFS, the input box is too wide and I can't scroll to see text at the sides. Aargh.
Keyboard finally paired and works fine by the way (install latest Android and get any other devices to forget the keyboard or else it will hide itself). Editable text area -just- fits in. So all good, but still, being able to use the on screen keyboard would really help in a pinch.