I’m new to Zwift and using a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 with no problems, except I’m trying to work out what I can and cannot do using just the touch-screen interface… I can tap the screen to bring up the menu option, I can tap power-ups to activate them, I can tap turn icons, I’ve somehow managed to take a photo that’s appeared against one of my rides on Strave, but I’ve no idea how I did that. Beyond that, I don’t know if it’s possible to do other things like change the camera angle. Is there a touch-screen guide somewhere?
We don’t have custom controls for the Windows tablets, so you’re just using the same interface as PC. Everything you’re doing could have been done with a mouse on a computer. The screenshot is automatic with every ride if you don’t take one manually.
Thanks, so if I’m understanding this correctly, the only interaction via touch screen is with anything that’s got an on-screen button, which I guess makes sense. I’ve started using the Mobile Link iOS app now, which kind of makes my original question somewhat academic.