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    Default swipe event bug?

    hello,

    i'm attaching this simple test app.

    the main view is made of a carousel of panels inside a main panel.

    when i swipe in Safari, sometimes the main panel gets the swipe event (and displays a test message) AND gets the carousel changing card, other times the event is only trapped by the carousel and is not propagated to the main panel.

    can you check it and tell me if there is a reason?

    thank you
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    Is there something I should do special? I get that alert every time I swipe to change items in the carousel.
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    change the Mykeynote.js like this

    Code:
        onTouchPanelEvent: function(e, target, options, eventController) {
            var eventName = eventController.info.eventName;
            if (!this.popup) {
                this.popup = Ext.Viewport.add({
                    xtype: 'myalert'
                });
                //Ext.Msg.alert(eventName + '-'+ e.pageX +'-'+ e.pageY +'-'+e.getTarget().id);
            }
            if (eventName == 'doubletap') {
                //Ext.Msg.alert(eventName + '-'+ e.pageX +'-'+ e.pageY +'-'+e.getTarget().id);
                this.popup.setTop(e.pageY-90);
                this.popup.setLeft(e.pageX-30);
                this.popup.show();
            }
            if (eventName == 'tap') {
                this.popup.hide();
            }       
            if (eventName == 'swipe') {
            	//Ext.Msg.alert(eventName + '-'+ e.pageX +'-'+ e.pageY +'-'+e.getTarget().id);
                console.log('the panel got a SWIPE!');
                this.popup.hide();
            }
        },
    
    
        onMycarouselActiveItemChange: function(container, value, oldValue, options) {
            console.log('the carousel got a SWIPE!');
        }
    and add the onMycarouselActiveItemChange as the function of the event ActiveItemchange of the carousel

    then swipe and check the console...

    i am attaching my console where you can see that i get x2 "carousel got a swipe" without a "panel got swipe" in between... sorry but i have no pattern to replicate, i just keep on swiping until it happens.

    I am using a Mac with safari 5.1.2.

    happy to help further if i can.

    Marco
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