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Run an iOS app on the remote simulator (in my case it was a Forms app with just one button at the very top of the screen).
The button can be clicked (expected),
Rotate the remote sim 90 degrees; issues:
1. the screen is tiny. The simulator does not adjust to the dimension
2. clicking the button no longer works
Xamarin Version installed: 4.5.0, Windows 10
Is this still an issue? If so can you share the app which triggers it?
Resizing now works, however rotation is broken.
If I rotate the remote Simulator it will also rotate the content (Forms app) instead of making it landscape.