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answered 2019-08-02 10:52:50 +0800

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On ios the values are 150 for height and 300 for width, event the size of desktop is longer than this. Why?

Are you really asking for a reason? ("Why" question...) Or would you prefer a solution/workaround? (Just a matter of asking a question in a community forum - words matter, and if used incorrectly you might get unexpected/useless responses).

So for the "WHY" I don't really know, the original reason why this kind of IOS specific behavior was implemented. Browsers simply change over time and specific browser handling code sometimes becomes obsolete. Or it's just a bug...

In case you came here asking for a solution:

The issue you describe sounds like the known issue: ZK-4336

It contains a workaround, maybe it also helps in your case, if not please add a reproducing code example. So anyone trying to help can have a dedicated look.

On ios the values are 150 for height and 300 for width, event the size of desktop is longer than this. Why?

Are you really asking for a reason? ("Why" question...) Or would you prefer a solution/workaround? (Just a matter of asking a question in a community forum - words matter, and if used incorrectly you might get unexpected/useless responses).

So for the "WHY" I don't really know, the original reason why this kind of IOS specific behavior was implemented. Browsers simply change over time and specific browser handling code sometimes becomes obsolete. Or it's just a bug...

In case you came here here, asking for a constructive solution:

The issue you describe sounds like the known issue: ZK-4336

It contains a workaround, maybe it also helps in your case, if not please add a reproducing code example. So anyone trying to help can have a dedicated look.

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