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Unable to get mobile viewport size (C++)


I am working on an Input Manager for my game and the following code is working in the editor, but not in the standalone version of the mobile package (Android Samsung tablet):

 const FVector2D ViewportSize = FVector2D(GEngine->GameViewport->Viewport->GetSizeXY());

My question is : How can I get the viewport size in the standalone package of the mobile device ? Thanks for your replies ! Lionel

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asked Feb 02 '15 at 10:46 AM in C++ Programming

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Try calling the function after a 0.2 seconds delay.

I know it sounds hacky, but this is what's currently used in TappyChicken blueprints.


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answered Aug 07 '15 at 08:42 PM

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Yeah, it works. Thanks man!

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