We're just getting set up with OpenLP (this Sunday will be our first using it in the meeting!) and I've been spending some time setting up the Remote Live View as our aim is to encourage those with visual impairments to use it on their tablets/phones, however...
We project in 16:9 widescreen, iPads are 4:3 ratio (or something close) and the live view is set to have height of 100% with no overflow. This means that the right-hand edge is chopped off on all non-widescreen devices.
If the CSS of the page was just changed to width:100% then this problem goes away (although, if their screen is too widescreen they now miss some of the bottom - less of a problem I suspect).
I've made this change in the main.css file for our system, is there any reason I shouldn't have (i.e. consequences I haven't thought of)?