To many users have their browsers zoomed in and it's forcing mobile. I am using the foldable theme.
This would be a huge undertaking... You would have to re-code several jimu code files. You can search for "window.appInfo.isRunInMobile" to get an idea of the locations that WAB uses that var to make changes based on the detected mobile environment. And that is just the beginning of the changes...
You would be much better off educating your users.
As always thanks for a quick reply, Robert.
I took a look and was afraid this was the answer. I just wanted some outside confirmation that I wasn't missing something.
Is there anyway to decrease the threshold that must be crossed that enables mobile mode?
I know that it is 600 pixels by default.
Adding the &mobileBreakPoint=200 to the AGOL items app url works for hosted web appbuilder apps. Give it a shot.
I am using the Developer edition. I cannot find where the 600 pixel threshold is defined.
Search for mobileBreakPoint in the jimu/main.js
Thank you! I was able to locate and change the threshold.
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