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#16490 fixed dojox/mobile: on iOS6, some apps sometimes don't resize as expected when changing the device orientation Eric Durocher Adrian Vasiliu

At least with an app using dojox/mobile/ScreenSizeAware and dojox/mobile/FixedSplitter, when running on iOS 6 devices (iPad and iPhone), the app sometimes doesn't resize itself as expected after changing the device orientation.

How to reproduce:

  1. Load on an iOS 6 device (reproduced on iPad 4 iOS 6.0.1 and iPhone 4S iOS 6.0.1).

  1. Change the orientation of the device a number of times

=> After some number of orientation changes (sometimes after 15-20 turns, sometimes earlier), the app doesn't resize itself to adjust to the device orientation.

Workaround: Turn the device again (back and forth).


  • Also holds for Dojo 1.8.1, but not for 1.8.0.
  • Apparently it is a side-effect with the iOS6-specific changes in dojox/mobile/common (disabling these fixes the issue).
  • It doesn't seem related with how fast you turn the device (I also reproduced while turning slowly).
  • Did not reproduce on iPad 2 iOS 5.1.
  • Unclear whether it specific to the ScreenSizeAware / FixedSplitter used in this test. With a few other samples I did not reproduce (yet?) a similar issue.

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#16533 fixed dojox/mobile/tests/test_SpinWheelDatePicker doesn't gray out the "unavailable" days of months Eric Durocher Adrian Vasiliu

In dojox/mobile/tests/test_SpinWheelDatePicker.html, all months have 31 days, instead of showing for instance the days 29 to 31 grayed out for February.

This is a bug introduced by my fix of #15825, which installs handlers for SpinWheelSlot's onDaySet, onMonthSet and onYearSet in a way which replaces the implementation provided by _DatePickerMixin.onDaySet (which is in charge with graying out the "unavailable" days of the month).

#16565 fixed demos/mobileGallery: harmless exception when double-touching or double-clicking the "Back" button Eric Durocher Adrian Vasiliu
  1. Launch demos/mobileGallery/demo.html in any browser (including desktop).
  2. If testing on desktop, reduce the width of the window such that it only shows the list of demo views (thus, making appear a "Back" button in the heading of each demo view).
  3. Select any demo view (say, "Buttons").
  4. *Double*-click or *double*-touch the "Back" button

=> The JavaScript console shows an error such as (depending on browser):

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'to' of undefined


TypeError: Result of expression 'navRecord' [undefined] is not an object

This is a minor bug in mobileGallery's code (apparently harmless).

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