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I am in Xamarin.iOS. I am using VS 2015. I have the iOS Simulator for Windows. I have an app that I am building. When using the iOS simulator for windows, the view does not scroll with the UIScrollView. When running the same code on the Mac, it does scroll.
Using touch/click drag or scroll wheel?
When I am in windows, I hoped it would act the same as on Amy MacBook Pro. I select a spot in the simulator and then attempt to move the mouse while holding the mouse button down. If I do that on my my MVP, the scrollview works with the same code. If I try this from windows, it does not seem to scroll.
If I am doing something that sounds stupid, please let me know as well. :-)
That that should work, would it be possible for you to record a little video demonstrating it to make sure I'm not misunderstanding or missing something?
Also if you could attach client and server logs from a session that you ran into this issue, maybe there's something failing.
I will double check this tomorrow and be back in touch. If it is still acting as it previously did, I will create a video. Thanks. :-)
I checked this morning, and it is working. I made a change in the iOS code, and it works. Egg on my face. Sorry about this, you can close it.
No worries, just happy to hear it's working.