This is weird. Normally I use my iPhone to control Sonos… It is, by design, only oriented vertically. Meaning, the Sonos App does not rotate on the iPhone; it remains vertical no matter how the phone itself is oriented. In an effort to become less iPhone dependent, I am setting up a dedicated iPad to control stuff in my house (Sonos, Weemo, Phillips Hue, etc). Unlike the iPhone, the iPad is typically used in a horizontal/landscape orientation (I think that is not unique just to me). I have discovered that the Sonos pause/play button will not work on the iPad when it is in the horizontal position; it is there but it does not respond to touch. If I rotate it to vertical, it works. Is there any work around (other than the obvious which is to turn the iPad to be vertical :-) )? My ideal is to have my iPad mounted and left in the horizontal position.
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