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iOS9 full-screen fix
#1
Apple has once again changed title bar behaviour in iOS9. There will be a proper fix in the next firmware release, meanwhile here's a temporary one. Keep in mind that it must not be used with iOS8 or earlier.

Add these lines to Custom CSS (Vis. graphics > Edit custom CSS):
Code:
.ios-fs .ios-title-bar { display: none; }
.ios-fs .menu, .ios-fs .layers, .ios-fs .navbar, .ios-fs .bgfixed { top: 0; }
.ios-fs .btn-show-hide { top: 5px; }
.ios-fs .control-wrap { top: 65px; }
.touch .ios-fs .sidebar { padding-top: 65px; }
.ios-fs.trends .sidebar, .ios-fs.trends .content, .ios-fs.schedulers .sidebar, .ios-fs.schedulers .content { top: 55px; }
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#2
New update today, which seems to break this fix. Is it just to remove the CSS outlined here for it to work..?
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#3
Haven't tested it yet, try removing this CSS and see if it works for you.
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#4
It "fixed" the status bar by removing this CSS code, by actually adding the status bar.

The problem with the new update was that only the status bar text was visible without the bar, resulting in displaying that text on top of the visualisation navigation...

Better without the CSS now anyway!
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