The problem is it is not a true desktop view as the @media breakpoints are set
for responsive, which looks like it is set at 50%.
This is my experience on desktop, so not exactly the same is related.
Although responsive views may work great for mobile it is not great for anything else. On desktop for example when working on more than one board at the same time (tiled) it is not possible to see columns in desktop mode unless zooming out so far you cant see the page anymore. I have struggled with this for ages and am not surprised that someone with a an Ipad which is essentially a mobile device is also.
Nowadays with mobile we don’t really need to save bandwidth anymore as most people have plenty of data or are on Wifi, or as in the case of the above poster wants a desktop like experience on a mobile device.
The problem with the mobile view is it is essentially cutdown, its missing the cards in column view and all the display settings, all the images that one can set to see at a glance.
On a desktop, basically we need the same desktop experience whether it is in a full window a split window or a sidebar.
I could have demonstrated the above videos using two windows snapped side by side in win10 and it would show 2 mobile views. ( see image below)
This is not good enough in my opinion
I am sure Infinity could come up with a better, solution.
Here is what happens with the same board in trello and Infinity.
In Trello we can still see the cards in a sidebar type view, where as you cant with Infinity.
I’d love to know how I can target the css to fix this myself ie: cancel the @media instructions, because that’s all that really needs doing from my perspective, probably a few lines of code, to a show a true desktop view that is not responsive. but I have never figured it out, if anyone knows please tell.