I am developing an app for android and having quite some trouble to properly handle the orientation of the screen.
For one, the callback of
orientationChanged() is not called on rotation of the screen, even though I have set in the
I can see on the logcat though, that the resize call back is called, via the function
windowResized(). So, that is the only way I have of detecting an orientation change. I am however not able to distinguish between
OF_ORIENTATION_180 and between
I feel like I am missing something here and that there should be a better easier way. Any thoughts? Much appreciated.
Also, strangely enough, when I also try to force an orientation in an android app (it doesn’t app in iOS) with
ofSetOrientation(OF_ORIENTATION_90_LEFT) for example, I stop getting the
windowResized() callbacks, and the app just keeps in that orientation no matter how I turn the phone.