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Stagelight for Android - Midi Keyboard Scrolling  

 

itchyboxers
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01/06/2019 6:42 pm  

I am trying out Stagelight on Android and on my Windows 10 laptop. I am very close to buying the whole thing. 
On Windows, when I make a new Instrument track and head over to the virtual midi keyboard, I can scroll on a side bar on the side and access all notes (multiple octaves)

However, on Android, I cannot either find it, or there isn't one. I have tried reducing the window size to see whether it was a screen resolution issue. Do I need to reinstall or update my Stagelight app?


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Travis Gallagher
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02/06/2019 1:11 am  

Can you share a screenshot so I can see what you mean?

- Travis Gallagher
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itchyboxers
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02/06/2019 11:43 am  

Yup, here they are:

Stagelight Instrument Track MIDI Keyboard - WINDOWS 10

- This is the version on Windows

Same MIDI Keyboard Stagelight for Android

- Same MIDI Keyboard on Instrument Track; Android

View post on imgur.com

- Here's another screenshot of the Android keyboard when trying to reduce window size percentage. 

So, if you notice, on the Windows version there is a scroll bar on the right which I cannot find on Android. So, on a PC I can access more notes, whereas on Android, the situation becomes limited

Thank you for the quick response!
Cheers!


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itchyboxers
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02/06/2019 11:50 am  

UPDATE: I maxed out the Window Scale Factor; and Button Height under General Settings on Android.

After which, the scroll bar appears slightly, I can scroll the keyboard if I touch the screen all the way to the edge of my screen.

Is there a way to optimize the screen resolution so all buttons appear on my screen?

Cheers!


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Travis Gallagher
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02/06/2019 12:04 pm  

Adjusting the Windows scale factor is going to be your best bet. Maybe reduce it until it appears to be there in the right.

What size android is this phone? Make and model?

We rarely test on screens smaller than 6 inches. But knowing what device maybe we can see if there is something that e can optimize for if it’s a popular device.

- Travis Gallagher
Stagelight Marketing Manager & Creative Director


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