Is there any way to get the oauth2/authorize page to put padding around the login UI?
My app's UI looks like this (I'm not using the iOS SDKs, I'm using the REST API directly, so that I can present the auth interface in a custom way):
The popover contains a plain UIWebView. However wide I make the popover / webview, the email and password fields size to fit the width and the "sign in" button right-aligns without any padding, so they end up hard against the edges. Is this by design?
Apologies for not following up on this thread, Olive! This should already be fixed. Are you still seeing this?
(This may work differently in your app of course since you're not using the SDK, so if you are still seeing an issue, please supply a screenshot showing the current state of the page in your app.)
Thanks, Gregory. Unfortunately it's actually even worse now -- the button is no longer entirely onscreen:
This problem exists on an iPad 2 (non-retina) or iPad Air (retina). Strangely enough, on an iPad Pro, it's okay, but only if the iPad Pro is running at non-native resolution, i.e. emulating the screen size of an iPad Air; if the iPad Air is at native resolution, the problem persists. Hopefully this information can help you to track down the fix!
Do you know what the User-Agent for your UIWebView is? It looks like you're actually getting the desktop version of this page (which isn't fitting in that narrow UIWebView).
User-Agent is unchanged from the default. Here's how it looks when run on the iPad simulator (on which the issue is also present):
Mozilla/5.0 (iPad; CPU OS 9_3 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/601.1.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/13E230
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