The splitter bar works fine with the mouse, but not by touch. Touch does nothing to the splitter bar. I increased the bar size 50 to insure I could not miss it and still it would not respond.
I ran the response API and reviewed the results:
The API saw the Edge browser as Follows:
As a Desktop, not a tablet.
Touch was seen as false when it has touch
Edge Ver 16.16.16299
The menu API worked, kind of. With the mouse it’s fine, with touch, as soon as you left off the screen to touch a selection from the drop down, the dropdown disappeared. I set the animationHideDelay to 1500 and it now stays open for a couple seconds to select a drop down.
I tested this example and it seems to work fine in Edge version 15.15063.
Could you write me if there has any error message and which version of jQWidgets do you use?
I have tried this on different versions and it does not work. What I mean by not work is, you cannot use your finger to move the splitter bar.
I can collapse it, but not move it. It does work correctly with a mouse. but not your finger.
This is an issue on a tablet that utilizes Windows 10 where no mouse is attached. I have Fire Fox on a Windows 10 machine with the same results. Is this a Windows 10 issue or a browser issue?
It is also an overall issue as Windows 10 touts being a touch operating system and yet has these limitations.
Perhaps I am missing something.
Here is a link: http://hlsm.com/testjava/dll_ajax/
It does a number of things I am testing for a new design. One is two finger touch. At the top of the page, it will count the two finger touch, one finger on the page and the other moving.
It does not seem to register with Edge. It does with Fire Fox, but still will not move the splitter.
I tested this example again and I would like to add that it works with IE11 fine but with FireFox from time to time and with Chrome – not.
Thank you for this feedback – I will create a work item for this.
Here are my test results:
On Widows 10.
Fire Fox 57.0
It sees the two finger movement but the splitter does not move. The collapse works fine, but cannot move the splitter.
It does not see finger movement. Splitter does not move. Collapse works fine.
Edge is an issue as I cannot tell if the device is a tablet or desktop. If it has a mouse, it’s fine. If not, my system will have issues.
I have several test pages set up.
Here is your system: http://hlsm.com/jqwidgets/jq_tests/splitter/splitter1.htm
Here is a splitter from Github: http://hlsm.com/jquery_test/splitter/jcubic/
On a windows 10 machine with a touch screen, without using the mouse, you can move the splitter from github, but not yours.
With the mouse, it works fine. But I need to it to work whenever touch is available.
I will be doing more testing, but I need this to work across all platforms.
I created a work item for this case as I mentioned.
Also, I updated it with this information.
Did we get anywhere with this?
We ever get anywhere with this?
Unfortunately, I cannot provide you an answer with a fix yet.
Meanwhile, I would like to suggest you try another component into your project with your environment.
Please, take a look at this demo.
NB: This component is produced by us.
If you have some additional questions feel free to ask.
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