Just by testing out your beta on the go it happened that I only have my iPad mini with me.
When trying to edit the code in landscape mode in latest AudioBus (TestFlight 3.1.4 (56)) I got a non scrolling code window which is unusable. It could be an AudioBus issue, but I guess it is an editor/keyboard issue inside StreamByter.
The host app is able to resize the AU to any dimension and StreamByter will automatically adjust. In this case, AB is telling it to show the full size, but then the keyboard hides the bottom half of the window.
SB would be unusual in that it requires the keyboard for everything and most AUs hardly ever require the keyboard.
If it is possible to resize the AU window in AB (like AUM and apeMatrix allow) then this will solve the problem.
The other thing you could try is to add some blank lines at the top or bottom so that the length of the text is much bigger than the full size window which will let you scroll to the place you want.
Solved in AudioBus with a button to make a full-screen window to float. Sorry for not checking first. -F
Haha, my problem too, was about to ask you what you meant but I tried the “display piano keyboard” button in the top right corner. Counter-intuitive that making the screen smaller would enable you to see more.
Also loved nic’s idea of adding blank lines at the bottom; so cool. Now I know why I’m not a programmer 😂
Using Midi Guitar 2 with AudioKit Synth One, AR-909 & BlueBoard