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Navto in a MSO

jonathon_GA

01-04-2016

Is it possible to have a navto in a MSO that is controlled by previous and next state controlling?

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Bob_Bringhurst_

Employee

01-04-2016

Please provide more details. If you want to add a navto button to an MSO state, yes, you can do that. For example, if you add an navto button to an MSO state, tapping the button could jump to a different article. Is that what you're asking?

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jonathon_GA

01-04-2016

Below, I have the MSO with Previous state and Next state buttons that essentially scroll though a carousel. Id like to have the gray areas link to (navto) other pages in the APP.

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jonathon_GA

01-04-2016

Im having a weird out come, with the navto's. The new page will load, but the navtos will not work unless I quit and restart the app. Is this normal?

Also one of my links keeps going back to a old version of the page that its currently on. Not sure whats up with that.

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NMarroquin

Employee

01-04-2016

Is that always happening? Perhaps the first time you tried the updated changes you made to the article had not yet made it to your device.

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NMarroquin

Employee

01-04-2016

That's odd. At first glance it may be related to the update getting to the device. Are you using preflight, or are you using a production app?

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NMarroquin

Employee

04-04-2016

Updates to production apps aren't immediate (up to 5 minutes). I suspect the update just didn't reach the device until later.

In preflight it's a much shorter time, it's almost immediate.