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    Grzegorz
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      Hello

      I found small graphics bug in ScadaMobile, look on screenshot (slider):

      [url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/102744175@N05/9874968793/][img]http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3767/9874968793_5bfcffeccf.jpg[/img][/url]
      [url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/102744175@N05/9874968793/]ScadaMobile[/url] by [url=http://www.flickr.com/people/102744175@N05/]grzegorz914[/url], on Flickr

      regards

      #19546

      John
      Keymaster

        Hi Grzegorz, I don't seem to be able to see your image on flickr. I get this "grzegorz914 doesn't have anything available to you".

        #19547

        Grzegorz
        Participant

          Link Fixed

          #19548

          John
          Keymaster

            Hi, thanks for the screenshot, I suppose you refer to the thumb of the slider being partially overlapped by the next row. I was already aware of this. When we moved the app to iOS7 we had to decide what vertical position to place sliders in rows. The problem here is that if we place them just slighly higher the main text on the same row may be partially overlapped as well depending on the slider value, otherwise we need to set row heights above the standard. We chose to allow next row to slightly overlap the slider thumb to at least prevent any text being partially overlapped as the slider can be operated just fine anyway. Any ideas to make this better? Thanks

            #19549

            Grzegorz
            Participant

              Hello,

              Thank you for the explanation, but I wonder whether it is not possible to reduce the size of the slider handle?

              regards

              #19550

              John
              Keymaster

                That's the new UISlider control as provided by Apple on iOS7. It is possible to change some aspects of it including the thumb image, but I like the standard design because it is easier to track than the previous (iOS6) one. I may look at this at some time though. Thanks for your suggestion.

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