Native Mobile Radio Buttons - Focus on Entry Field on Mobile

Mike Kerner MikeKerner at roadrunner.com
Thu Aug 24 06:52:25 EDT 2017


for starters, get scott's tmControls2.  They just look better.
as for the focus, how are you trying to do it?  are you using "focus on"?
 "click at the loc of"?

On Thu, Aug 24, 2017 at 12:58 AM, Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via
use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:

>
> OK I successfully built a little custom Control which is a searchform that
> dynamically changes out some options depending on the class of audio being
> viewed by the user..
>
> Pretty straight forward, a search fields, some radio buttons for what to
> search in and then two other sets of radio buttons that only appear for
> music/songs with genre and theme, got the search working. Works great on
> desktop, very slick…
>
> Deployed to mobile and while it works on iOS and My Nexus, the radio
> buttons look pretty awful, like some ancient Motif boxes when touched.
>
> What options do we have to native mobile radio buttons?
>
> Also when I click a radio button I cannot return focus back to the search
> field
>
>
> UI has:
> --------------------------
>
> [_________________ ]  # fld [searchstring]   [search button here a SVG
> widget]
>
>
> Search in: (a label)
>
> __Title    __Subtitle  _Description   # 3 radio buttons
>
>
> on mobile, when I click on one of these radio buttons, then I can no
> longer click back into the field to enter text.
>
> missing something simple there. I can enter text and then click a radio
> button and the search works as on desktop.
>
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