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#15970 fixed dojox/mobile/tests/test_theme-switch.html: on phones, impossible to test some themes Eric Durocher Adrian Vasiliu
Description

This is an issue within the "Dynamic Theme Switch" test of dojox.mobile (dojox/mobile/tests/test_theme-switch.html):

The test contains a toolbar inside a Heading, with tabs for each of the 5 mobile themes (iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, and custom). Now, on phones, some of the tabs don't fit the screen width hence can't be touched. For instance, on iPhone 4S, in portrait orientation only the iPhone and iPad tabs can be accessed. Turning the phone in landscape orientation shows more tabs, but the "custom" tab is still inaccessible.

The attached patch contains a modified CSS in the test such that all tabs are always accessible. (In the longer run, it may be nice to make it easier for users to get a compact display of toolbars without needing to dig into the CSS. However, there will always be cases when all tabs don't fit the screen width, and these cases shouldn't necessarily be treated by default by forcing a second row of tabs - this is an application design issue.)

#16012 fixed dojox/mobile/ScrollableView: explore/evaluate the use of "native" scroll Adrian Vasiliu Adrian Vasiliu
Description

The purpose of this ticket is to collect information and to host discussions about an alternative to the current mechanism of dojox/mobile/ScrollableView: relying on browser's native scroll (overflow:scroll).

As known, the ScrollableView disables the browser scrolling and implements the scrolling behavior by its own. The main reason is that one-finger scrolling inside inner DIVs wasn't supported by webkit browsers such as mobile Safari (iOS). This situation changed in iOS5, and scrolling in inner DIV's is also supported by recent Android versions. On the other side, our scrolling machinery works very well on iOS4 and iOS5 (iOS6 might be a different story), but encounters various troubles on some Android devices/versions (this was the reason a number of modes and workarounds have been implemented in the past). All in one, let's evaluate whether nowadays the use of native browser's scrolling capabilities can bring us an improvement (possibly using it selectively, depending on the platform).

#16038 fixed dojox/mobile/ScrollableView: smoothness regression on iOS6 Eric Durocher Adrian Vasiliu
Description

As several users reported already, the scrolling behavior of dojox/mobile/ScrollableView suffers a regression under iOS6. This is about a slight pause in the scrolling at the end of the touch gesture.

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