Hi all, bear with me please, this is my first question! I'm also a little unsure as to whether this should be here or with the LuneOS guys.
I've got my own app that i've developed, first in Mojo, then Enyo v1 & i've now converted it to Enyo2. Don't worry, i'll get to the point soon.
It's primarily a set of sliding panels, with the default being #1
(not #0). #0
i'm using as a hidden settings panel that can be accessed by swiping the main panel away. Works a treat in most places! I thought i'd be clever for narrow screen devices, so to drag panel 1 back there's a small draggable on the toolbar of #1
that I give a negative position when #1
isn't visible, so that the draggable is visible & #1
can be dragged back again.
As I said, works a treat in browser, my Pre3 & TouchPad with webOS.
On Monday I got myself a Nexus4 to test LuneOS with. Loaded up my app, gave it a quick test & found that as soon as the draggable element moves, it creates a completely transparent strip of the same width (50px I believe), down the right hand side. And by completely, I mean that you can see the wallpaper underneath the app. Slide the element back over, & the strip follows with it, revealing the appropriate portion of the wallpaper until the panel is back where it should be where everything renders as it should.
I've created a fiddle to demonstrate, it can't replicate what I see on the LuneOS/Nexus4 though. Maybe anyone has an idea?https://jsfiddle.net/Novaldex/9L7jsh2u/
Many thanks in advance!