I'm curious about the dashboard UI behavior on cell phones vs. a desktop computer.
Here is a straight forward flow to control, monitor, and send notifications from my python AI. The key here is the dashboard pane on the right side where you can see the layout.
On a cellphone everything is "stacked" in a single window with scrolling. This is perfect for my purpose on a cellphone -- tested with Chrome and whatever other "default" browser was on the phone (if it wasn't Chrome) on Android 4.4, 5.1, 6.1, 7.1, & 8.0. If I pinch/zoom and rotate the phone I can see any image in its full 720p or 1080p glory. Very happy.
On a desktop computer I get this display with two columns and apparently no way to zoom the image, although if I opposite click and "save image as" I get the full image.
Having the two columns is an advantage on the desktop and immediately suggests re-arranging maybe 3 columns and two rows, but having no way to "zoom" the image makes it not so useful as a system viewer on a notebook computer.
I noticed that in the forum my png images have the same issue, but a bottom bar appears if I "hover" which pops up a full sized display. I pretty much an http virgin, is there any reasonably simple way to add such a "widget" to the dashboard image displays?