Not always touch feedback


#1

on Device: When I have a link, button, tapbar the touch feedback is not always shown. Sometimes it never gives a touch feedback.
When simulating in the browser it always gives feedback
eg. My sidemenu items give a feedback when I ‘long’ click. But when I fast click it doesn’t show anything.


#2

Interesting, what version of ionic are you using? Can you try the nightly builds?


#3

I am using the latest beta version 1.0.0-beta.4 Antimony Antelop.
Can’t get my/any project running with the nightly build.


#4

Which platform, version of that platform and device are you using?


#5

I am using a Nexus 5 with android 4.4.2
Iphone 4 with ios 7.1


#6

Hmm, could you try to create a new project with the CLI? This way we can rule out any issues on our end because I wasn’t able to reproduce your issue. There could be some conflicting code on your end?

Also, whats going wrong with your projects when you use the nightly builds?


#7

I created a new starter tabs app. In the friends page you can duplicate my behaviour:
When you fast click/tap a name you go to the detail page.
But when you ‘long’, 'hard click/tap you see the background of the name turn dark-grey. Which is the desired touch feedback.

When I change the originial lib folder to the nightly build lib folder the app gives a blank screen


#8

Alright, I see what you mean now. It was a lot more noticeable on an actual device than the simulator.

I know there was a lot of work done in beta 2 to prevent any accidental clicks on ion-items. What I did notice was that If you have any actual button:

 <a class="button button-clear button-full" ui-sref="home">Main Menu</a>

The touch response is actually a lot more responsive. I can open up an issue for this to try to bring back some responsive-ness.


#9

I think, if it is possible, to bring back some of the responsive-ness.
Because in some cases you can’t use an actual button.
It also gives a more native/ less web feel if you have a touch feedback.
Opening an issue seems appropriate.

Would be an nice feature to have, subtle, touch feedback on all clickable items!


#10

You can see some examples of differences in items and linking methods.