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    html5 responsive display samples?

    Hi, are there any html5 responsive display samples? I know the browser, and display sizes vary from phone to phone. I'm just curious if there may be a basic standard to follow that will auto size the game window to fit the phone display (maybe I missed something). - thanks

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    Unfortunately the HTML5 runtime still doesn't support such a feature. Several users asked about it, in this thread among others: https://community.clickteam.com/threads/88958
    The good news is that we are actually working on it, but we can't tell when an update will be available.

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    Thanks Oliver. I found this thread which has links to a couple of other interesting threads, a few days ago. I'm curious if you and Clickteam would take up donations to solve this wanted feature?

    https://community.clickteam.com/threads/106652-How-to-call-JavaScript-functions

    My goal is scrolling. I forgot I had the html5 sdk downloaded. I searched the web tonight and found a few html js codes for resizing the canvas, but nothing so far about just resizing the window and leaving the canvas size as is.

    R and D for me this weekend including testing samples with the window control object plus js. Do you know if the html_tag_holder on the clickstore might work for play window sizing?

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    Clickteam does not take donations. But there is a way to support us financially, become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/Clickteam

    About calling Javascript functions, the HTML5 Object allows you to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olivier View Post
    Clickteam does not take donations. But there is a way to support us financially, become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/Clickteam

    About calling Javascript functions, the HTML5 Object allows you to do that.
    I didn't know this was an option. I'll happily sign up. Clickteam has done a lot for me and I'm always pestering you guys with my unique situations. Happy to support.

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