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    Hi,

    I have deployed a Sencha application onto a Galaxy Nexus via Worklight/Phonegap and the widgets are very small. Any idea how I can fix that?

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    line-height CSS may help you
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    No that didn't seem to have an effect. I basically set "html {line-height: 200%;}" and nothing changed. Doesn't line height just affect the spacing between lines? In my case everything is too small. Even the fonts are too small. I've tried the kitchen sink app on the Galaxy Nexus and everything looks fine so you guys are doing something right. I tried to see if the kitchen sink app was doing anything different. The only thing different is that the kitchen sink app is using the microloader and a bunch of json files to configure the app. I have more stuff hard coded in my html. I thought it might be a viewport issue but I have the same viewport configuration as the kitchen sink demo. Any other ideas?

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