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NookColor owner here. Does Words With Friends scale properly for you guys?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by cabbie, Feb 18, 2011.

  1. cabbie

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    This is what it looks like on rooted stock 2.1:

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    You can see how the tile tray does not scale and the very right piece is not even movable. I've raised it as an official issue with Zynga and they've acknowledged it.

    Was just wondering if ya'll have this as well because the Tab has a 7" screen like the nook. The screen resolution of the color is 1024x600, not sure what the tab is.

    Tia!
     

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    tab is the same resolution, but it scales fine for me. All features work as expected. Do you use the compatibility option in spare parts?
     
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    After you said that, I looked at spare parts and compatability mode is checked. I unchecked it, rebooted and scaling error persisted. I checked it again, rebooted and scaling error persisted.

    Is this something that ya'll run into on other apps and is there a workaround ya'll have found? I seem to remember there was a youtube video of some odd russian guy with a tab who had a fix
     
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    I just tried it on my Tab and it scaled perfectly without spare parts.
     
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