I am publishing SCORM 1.2 compliant learning modules created using Lectora v11 authoring software. We want to ensure our courses are compatible for viewing on an ipad.
I am finding that when the modules are viewed on an ipad through Moodle (opening in a new window (tab in the case of the ipad), the right and bottom of the screen are cut off and it doesn't allow the user to scroll to see those aspects that have been cut off. I have the Display course structure in player setting, set to hidden, but that obviously still takes up some of the width of the screen.
My current page dimensions are 980x640 (Lectora recommend a standard computer/tablet screen size of 1009x662). I understand that Lectora automatically adds meta tags to the html files when published to allow the content to re-size/fit tablet screens. This seems to work when published to html, but it doesn't seem to work when published as a SCORM module and viewed in Moodle. I've looked at the modules through another site (ReviewLink, which is Lectora's website where you can review and comment on content), and they seem to resize perfectly. I've tried adding various meta tags found in Lectora forums, but none of them will help my content to resize to match the ipad size when viewed through Moodle.
Has anyone else had a similar issue and found a solution? At the moment, my only solution appears to be physically resizing all of my modules to 940x630 (and associated assets) so the content fits on the screen, which is not really a good solution at all.