We’re also stuck on this… it seems like I should just be able to have a tab bar then my view should be able to do something like:
<ion-header-bar class="bar bar-subheader">
<span>Some kind of magic header... probably some kind of button bar to toggle views</span>
<span>super duper content<span>
As others have observed, it works fine on iOS, but Android moves the tab bar to the top and covers up the ion-header-bar… what’s interesting is the space for the header bar is properly inserted between the tab bar and the content… but the ion-header-bar is still stuck under the tab bar.
Having to tweak the css to account for this fairly typical scenario seems to defeat the glory of the ionic framework some…
All that to say, I agree with @lupo1 – is this recognized as an issue and is it going to be fixed?