I was finally able to reproduce the issue you guys were having with
iPhone functionality, since our aforementioned project provided me with
a broader scope of testing. I think I've figured out the issue, and
hopefully resolved it with v1.5, which is on GitHub now. If you get a
chance to try it out, ...
Sure thing! I decided it would be easiest to just upload it as a zip
file to the GitHub repo, so you can find it there
now:aem-mobile-gestures-api-for-muse/muse-example.zip at master ·
asheabbott/aem-mobile-gestures-api-for-muse · GitHub
I just tested 1.4 on an iPhone 5S and an iPhone 6 and it's working fine
for me on both of them. This is just in the AEMM Preflight app, though.
Was there any difference for you in the functionality of it on the
preflight app vs a non-preflight app?If anyone is interested, I can send
you the Muse fil...
That's interesting, Keith! Thanks for letting me know. We haven't as yet
created any dual orientation AEMM projects using Muse, so I haven't had
the opportunity to examine that setup. I'll be quite interested in
hearing about experiences or insight anyone has with this, as well.
Thanks for your reply! I actually started out using
navto://relative/parent, but that doesn't work for articles outside of
the collection.We have a bit of an odd set up with this project, where
we have a top level collection that houses all the articles, but it
contains within it a collection that a...
Howdy!I'm attempting to create a link that will take the user to a
specific collection's browse page. The
navto://collection/[collectionname] format works fine — except when I'm
in an article in that collection. I'm guessing AEMM is going, "Well, I'm
already in that collection, so nevermind," but I ...