21 Jan 2012 4:27 AM #1
taphold events for dataview component
Are there any plans to add the taphold and/or longpress events to the dataview component as a number of touch events are already present.
If not, is there a technical reason why this can't be done or hasn't been done as it would be useful in a number of scenarios.
23 Jan 2012 7:46 AM #2
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I added taphold into our code 20 days ago so this should be in there in the next release.Mitchell Simoens @LikelyMitch
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16 Jul 2012 7:54 AM #3
taphold prevents tap from firing
I'm using ST 2.0.2 and if my controller is configured to listen for taphold events on a dataview component, the tap events do not fire.
12 Aug 2013 8:32 AM #4
Why would you want a tap event to fire when you are doing a taphold? Is a tap event fired after a doubletap? Or a tap after a swipe event? I see a singletap is also fired after taphold. You tapped on the screen for all of those to do something. If a tap becomes a taphold I don't think a tap or singletap event should be fired. Does a singletap get fired when a doubletap occurs? That would seem odd if it did. I haven't actually tried this out other than tap after taphold. I'm trying to understand the reasoning behind why you would need a tap after taphold.