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When you use a PanGestureRecognizer in a UWP app, if you move the pointer off the app's screen area the GestureStatus.Completed doesn't get triggered in the PanUpdated event.
This can happen when running on a device if you perform a long swipe but is easier to reproduce by running on the desktop and panning with the mouse.
Use the attached demo app to reproduce.
In case someone else has experienced the same problem I have created a work-around by handling the PointerExited event in the native UWP control and feeding this event back to my xamarin forms control.
(In reply to Chris Turner from comment #0)
> Use the attached demo app to reproduce.
You mentioned an attachment but I don't see one in the Bugzilla case. Could you try uploading it again?
I think the attachment may have been rejected because it was too large. You can download it here:
Confirmed. Note that this is a desktop issue; it works fine on the phone. Also happens in Windows 8.1 on the desktop.