1. neutrinospencer's Avatar
    So earlier today I was playing around with my L1520, projecting it to my TV via Miracast and decided to open outlook calendar. To my surprise it revealed a landscape mode for outlook which gave the options for monthly, weekly, and work week views which are so desperately missing from this app. I've tried a ton of methods, but this view is only available when I wirelessly display to my tv, I cannot get it to show without the display connected. Has anyone else seen this?
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    05-25-2015 01:14 AM
  2. TechmeIN64's Avatar
    Whoa great catch! Did you tip it? I don't think this has been reported before.
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    05-26-2015 07:37 PM
  3. Narathan's Avatar
    I hate to be that kind of guy, but you do realize this is exactly what universal apps are supposed to do, right? Change layout based on resolution. This is basically what the calendar looks like on W10 for desktop :).

    Still, great to see it works!
    05-28-2015 01:27 AM
  4. neutrinospencer's Avatar
    I have not tipped it, only because I do not know how lol sorry very new to this forum. I have searched all over this forum and haven't seen this anywhere else so I do think It is a new find
    05-29-2015 04:13 PM
  5. neutrinospencer's Avatar
    No you're right Narathan that is the purpose of the universal apps its definitely awesome to see it in play and kind of gives a peek at the Continuum feature for phones, its just odd because the resolution is the same on my L1520 and TV (both 1080), which means its most likely adapting to the size of the screen, but Miracast isn't working to well in windows mobile 10 10080 so when it does project to my TV it is stuck in portrait mode on the TV. Also why add that ability of portrait only when it is hooked up to a display, it should be able to use that portrait mode with or without an external display.
    05-29-2015 04:18 PM

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