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 also houses all the articles. We
need to be able to make a link that will go to the browse page of the
collection within the top level collection, and because it's all the
same article files both insid...
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, please let me know if it resolves your issue.
Thanks! GitHub - asheabbott/aem-mobile-gestures-api-for-muse: This Muse
Configurable Options Widget (mucow) is a simple way to a…
Hello! I recently developed a .mucow file so our designers can easily
add the "tap to toggle navigation" functionality to their Muse files.
You just File > Place the .mucow file into your Muse project.There's
more info on this thread: Easy Way to Add the Gestures API to Muse I
hope it'll help!
In case anyone else is having this problem, it seems that the DPS tech
handles scroll events the way that iOS used to, not allowing the DOM to
be manipulated until the end of the event (when you take your finger off
the screen). iOS has handled scroll events in the proper way since iOS
8, but it seems like the DPS tech is still a bit behind. My solution
uses iScroll (specifically their Probe script) to keep track of
scrolling as it happens and trigger events on scroll, namely my simple
It's a great tip to edit the .bat file, turn echo on and set a pause, so
you can see the error(s). Using that technique, I was able to quickly
see that my article's grandparent folder having spaces was causing an
error. Once I renamed the folder, it worked as expected. Thanks!