Josh, thanks. Let me explain with pictures and maybe you can suggest how I do things differently to get the “editing on iPad” (etc.) experience I am hoping for.
This is my current incarnation of my dashboard. Things are grouped for easier understanding. If it’s on the first row that means one thing, if it’s on the second row it means another, etc.
If I look at it on my iPad here’s what I see…
Knowing, by working on this, how it will ultimately look on my kiosk is really hard.
If my dashboard looked like this it would be easy to edit anywhere but much harder to use, e.g. to find all of the “kitchen/dining room” tiles.
I think this is what you were alluding to.
On my 13" MacBook Pro, with a display of 2560x1600, here’s what it looks like, which is easy to work with
That true for Chrome or for Safari
On my 13" MacBook Air (resolution 1440x900) here’s what it looks like ‘nominally’ (i.e. full screen width)
If I carefully adjust the window narrower I can get to this
which again lets me edit my dashboard without having to take the Fire HD 10 off the wall.
With the “Push Right” option, in addition to the “Push Down” that we have today, for editing, this would all work, since I’d use “Scalable mode” and the number of columns would be independent of platform/browser/window width, etc.
I hope that helps. Thanks for all your hard work on this.