Topic: Calculating width of embedded mobile on high pixel ratios
Im using the embedded method on a site that is responsive. Normal pages render the same to the width of the device screen (in this case a Nexus S). What I couldn't figure out was why pages with embedded galleries were rendering at a larger size.
Turns out that devices with higher than normal pixel ratios (I.e. iPhone retina displays, etc) are rendering at the normal size multiplied by the ratio so my sites are rendering at something like 1.5x the normal width. I'm wondering if this is a flash issue as any other CSS work I've done seems to snap to the normal width.
Hoping there might be some info available.