Rotation doesn't work properly on iPad when "opened" #10

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czeluff opened this Issue May 6, 2013 · 2 comments

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czeluff commented May 6, 2013

Link to a video demonstrating the problem: http://cl.ly/3h2x033e0o22

When the front view is lowered, then rotated, the front (green) view has now either disappeared completely, or is far too big (depending on which rotation you started before the rotation).

I have not added any custom code into my view controllers to make this reproduceable. The only line I added into my default AppDelegate.m is:

self.window.rootViewController = [[MBPullDownController alloc] initWithFrontController:[[FirstViewController alloc] init] backController:[[SecondViewController alloc] init]];

And then I changed a line in MBPulldownController to make the front view appear green.

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matej May 20, 2013

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Yes, I'm aware of that issue. Rotation support is still missing, but it is at the very top of my todo list.

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matej commented May 20, 2013

Yes, I'm aware of that issue. Rotation support is still missing, but it is at the very top of my todo list.

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Added percentage based dragOffset properties. refs #10
- improves rotation behavior
- designated as the default means of setting drag offsets (the absolute properties override percentage based properties, when set)
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Should be fixed now.

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matej commented May 20, 2013

Should be fixed now.

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