We have experienced an issue what we want to fix (if it`s solvable). The environment we had created is mainly for our users to access their applications from any device and from a browser.
The issue we are facing is because of responsive sizing (I think), the situation is this: user1 end devices are a laptop and mobile.
The laptop info: there are three browsers we use for this environment (IE, Firefox, Chrome) and got an installed instance of the Horizon View Client.
The mobile got an Intranet browser installed for accessing the company network.
So the first part (laptop side):
The second part (mobile side):
In total that is why I think it`s the auto sizing issue. And my question is: does anyone know a workaround for this? (Right now I mainly want to focus on the mobile side so it can use the original screen size if we want to start an app. But I hope it can be solved fully on any device to use the original sizes)
Or is there a way to make the apps or the webpage to not to be responsive for the different screen sizes? - Because than I would set it for an average size that any browser and any device can manage.
Thank you in advance
Just a plus information that I can add for my previous message:
Today I found out that on the mobile if I go to Settings - Display - Font and screen zoom - And on the Font Size setting slider I put it on the smallest option (on the device it was called Tiny)
And after that setting - if I turn the phone to work in landscape mode. On the intranet browser we can launch the applications without an issue.
This was on a Samsung A5 device that needed these settings - but on the other hand we tried it on an iPhone SE and it worked without these setups.
So it`s not perfect - but we do hope there is a workaround for the autofit to the screen where we wont need any kind of extra settings to make it work.