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Tore Andersson

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  Posted: Sep 27, 2016 12:49 PM
I just bought an iPhone 7 to test my app on - my development phone is iPhone 6 plus.
Everything up and running but I discovered that double tap does not work on it.

Delphi Berlin 10.1 update 1.

If anyone have an Iphone 7 to test with just make a simple project with an empty form an enable double tap and hook up the onGesture event.
The event is not fired when double tap is done on the iPhone 7 - same project on iPhone 6 the onGesture is fired.

Any suggestions ?

Edite: Posted this question in Delphi-Firemonkey as suggested.

Edited by: Tore Andersson on Sep 28, 2016 12:27 AM
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  Posted: Sep 27, 2016 2:48 PM   in response to: Tore Andersson in response to: Tore Andersson
Tore Andersson wrote:
I just bought an iPhone 7 to test my app on - my development phone is iPhone 6 plus.
Everything up and running but I discovered that double tap does not work on it.

Delphi Berlin 10.1 update 1.

If anyone have an Iphone 7 to test with just make a simple project with an empty form an enable double tap and hook up the onGesture event.
The event is not fired when double tap is done on the iPhone 7 - same project on iPhone 6 the onGesture is fired.

Any suggestions ?

you should ask this either in the fireMonkey group or the iOS dedicated group.

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Thomas Degen

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  Posted: Nov 15, 2016 6:52 AM   in response to: Tore Andersson in response to: Tore Andersson
As far as I can see, the GestureID "igiDoubleTap" isn't firing anymore on any device when the iOS app was compiled with either Delphi 10 or Delphi 10.1. Does anybody have a clue how to circumvent this bug, any (new) suggestion ?

Tore Andersson wrote:
I just bought an iPhone 7 to test my app on - my development phone is iPhone 6 plus.
Everything up and running but I discovered that double tap does not work on it.

Delphi Berlin 10.1 update 1.

If anyone have an Iphone 7 to test with just make a simple project with an empty form an enable double tap and hook up the onGesture event.
The event is not fired when double tap is done on the iPhone 7 - same project on iPhone 6 the onGesture is fired.

Any suggestions ?

Edite: Posted this question in Delphi-Firemonkey as suggested.

Edited by: Tore Andersson on Sep 28, 2016 12:27 AM
Jeff Overcash (...

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  Posted: Nov 15, 2016 4:31 PM   in response to: Thomas Degen in response to: Thomas Degen
Thomas Degen wrote:
As far as I can see, the GestureID "igiDoubleTap" isn't firing anymore on any device when the iOS app was compiled with either Delphi 10 or Delphi 10.1. Does anybody have a clue how to circumvent this bug, any (new) suggestion ?

Tore Andersson wrote:
I just bought an iPhone 7 to test my app on - my development phone is iPhone 6 plus.
Everything up and running but I discovered that double tap does not work on it.

Delphi Berlin 10.1 update 1.

If anyone have an Iphone 7 to test with just make a simple project with an empty form an enable double tap and hook up the onGesture event.
The event is not fired when double tap is done on the iPhone 7 - same project on iPhone 6 the onGesture is fired.

Any suggestions ?

Edite: Posted this question in Delphi-Firemonkey as suggested.

Edited by: Tore Andersson on Sep 28, 2016 12:27 AM

Ask this in the Firemonkey group, no one reads this group much as it is about
CodeCentral the web interface, nothing to do with programming.

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