Hi, I'm still a student in web development and I got a problem with the display of an app I designed using react-native in a webview pointing to an URL. At the beginning of the project, we decided that the Amazon fire HD 8 would be the main device on which the app would be running on. Since the specs state the resolution is 1280X800, I designed a layout that needs a width of at least 800px or more. In Chrome or Firefox, when I emulated that resolution, everything is fine... but on the tablet, the layout explodes because text and some icons are bigger than in the browser emulation, even if both are set to display on a 800px width. Why is that ? Is that because of that "scale factor", which is 1.33 on the fire HD 8 ? In fact, I tried modifying some font-size css rules in the browser by multiplying the value by 1.33, and the result emulated by the browser is almost identical to the result on the tablet. My understanding is that the tablet resize my font size and maybe other assets with that scale factor ! Any simple solutions without redesigning everything ? Is this possible to disable that scaling factor so the fire hd 8 would render a 16 CSS px to a real 16px hardware ? Thanks in advance ! Any good references are welcome too !