iPhone emulation problem during trial

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Pat Pattillo

06 Nov, 2016 08:24 PM

Hi,

I'm doing trial and see a problem that could be a known behavior or something self-inflicted. I have a Google maps app and capture clicks and right clicks just fine using the typical addListener method. But when I run the same code under the emulator the handlers are not driven. Any ideas? I can supply any code you might want to look at but on this first go-round I thought that you might immediately know, for example, that some features are disabled for trial or that there is a known behavior I'm not familiar with.

Thanks for any suggestion you might provide. I don't have this on a site yet from where I can access it with actual iPhone so I'm wondering it this might be some limitation of the emulator.

Best regards,
Pat Pattillo

  1. 1 Posted by Pat Pattillo on 06 Nov, 2016 08:36 PM

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    oops, no right clicks on iPhone. I really am only referring to double and single taps.

  2. Support Staff 2 Posted by Shaun Sullivan on 08 Nov, 2016 05:17 PM

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    No, we do not disable any features in the trial. Do you trap events like
    touchstart? Maybe try your site/app using the "Responsive Design" option,
    and see if the Google APIs behave differently.

    Shaun

  3. 3 Posted by Pat Pattillo on 08 Nov, 2016 05:21 PM

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    Thanks

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