There is definitely something wrong when using the orbiter on a HTC Desire HD. After going through the orbiter setup wizard, I saw there was a new size of 533x320 added to the database. (The entry did not have a name, so it won't be displayed in the orbiter web admin page either, but thats another issue). The Desire HD has a 800x480 screen, so why it detects it as 533x320, I don't know...
First time, it created an orbiter image that did not fill the screen properly. I changed stuff in both web-admin and the orbiter wizard several times.
I also tried changing the screen size to 800x480, and this produces an orbiter image that fills the screen correctly. But the touch presses does not match up with the buttons on screen. It could seem like the orbiter maps the touch screen to a 533x320 dimension internally, because pressing the lower right hand corner will result in a touch being sent around the 533x320 position...
I finally got it working in the end. At one point I tried the 533x320 resolution again (with normal horizontal 3:4), and this time it actually fills the screen AND the button presses align. But the image looks scaled (does the orbiter scale the image?) and really bad. I can't recall every step I did up to this though... lets just say it wasn't straight-forward
I think somehow the resolution detection does not work properly for this device, resulting in this mess.
Other than that, great work
los93sol: See this post for some insight into the issue: ht tp://androidforums.com/application-development/139487-wrong-screen-size.html
Maybe you need to add this ht tp://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/supports-screens-element.html to the manifest?
Forum won't allow me to post links, so you'll have to copy'n'paste them