UIPaging Question #13

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jkirkell opened this Issue Jun 14, 2012 · 3 comments

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I have been playing with chui for a few weeks and it is a slick tool. I ran into a somewhat odd issue with the UIPaging control that may be me missing something so I am throwing it out. I have a bunch of pages created (150 or so) but it happens with less. What seems to happen is that if you swipe too quickly the card content changes on the fly. In watching the web inspector, it seems that it goes back to the first card prior to going to the next card.

Is there a way to slow down the swipe so it controls someone trying to swipe at mach speed, or is there a way to get it to not move the class to the first card prior to going to the next card?

Thanks again for a great framework and I am hoping to get to use it soon.
Jeff

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rbiggs commented Jun 18, 2012

Jeff, could you zip that up and send it to me? chocolatechipui@gmail.com. I only need an example that demonstrates your problem so I can clearly see what is happening.

Robert,

Thanks for getting back to me. The attached zip can be run at
"/cards.html?t=0&r=12"

Slide the cards (I have the paging icon css commented out because in the
real version the cards are bigger but it does the same thing)

Ever so often you will see the card numbers toggle. This does not happen
all the time so it is weird but you will get the point if you see it.

Thanks again,
Jeff

On Sun, Jun 17, 2012 at 8:48 PM, Robert Biggs <
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wrote:

Jeff, could you zip that up and send it to me? chocolatechipui@gmail.com.
I only need an example that demonstrates your problem so I can clearly see
what is happening.


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rbiggs commented Jul 1, 2012

hmmm.. no attached zip. Mind sending that to chocolatechipui@gmail.com?

@rbiggs rbiggs closed this Nov 19, 2012

rbiggs pushed a commit that referenced this issue Feb 13, 2016

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