Swipe transitions

Brian Milby brian at milby7.com
Wed Jul 19 18:28:13 EDT 2017


 
 

 Swipe detection would be useful for other than the whole card too.    DG2 is supposed to have that piece.    Think of the way you can delete an email on the iPhone.    From a detection perspective, it is the same motion.    You would need the direction and position to take the correct action.    The animation of the change would be quite different though since those tend to be more responsive and can be started and backed out of.
 
 

 
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> On Jul 19, 2017 at 4:17 PM,  <Richard Gaskin via use-livecode (mailto:use-livecode at lists.runrev.com)>  wrote:
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>  J. Landman Gay wrote:  >  On 7/19/17 2:10 PM, Richard Gaskin via use-livecode wrote:  >>  But that would only take care of the swipe of the current card.  >>  We'd also need some way to assign the destination card for each  >>  swipe direction.  >>   >>  What should that syntax look like, and how do we discern swipe events  >>  from others on controls within the card?  >   >  lock screen for swipe effect  >  switch pDir  >  case "left"  >  ...  >  case "right"  >  ...  >  case "up"  >  ...  >  case "down"  >  ...  >  end switch  >  unlock screen with swipe effect pDir Well done. I like the simplicity of that. I think I was originally over-thinking it, about options for specifying snap-back thresholds and more. But there's enough consistency these days to decide on good defaults and just run with those. @LC Team: Can we have that next Tuesday please? -- Richard Gaskin Fourth World Systems Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web _________________________
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