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Created attachment 14784 [details]
Keyboard breaks Carousel
Tested on 188.8.131.5208-pre3 / iOS 9.2
I only tested this on iOS and Android. Android works fine but iOS is buggy.
Please see repro. Steps to reproduce:
- Click the Next button on content page 1
- Observe that content page 2 is being moved to the screen but displaying the keyboard breaks page transition
As a workaround, I set Task.Delay() in OnCurrentPageChanged(), but I'd like to see this fixed as Task.Delay() will show the keyboard some time AFTER the second page is brought to view.
Created attachment 14785 [details]
Please also see the second repro.
In this one, if you go from page 2 to page 1 while the keyboard is in the process of being displayed, page transition will break.
- On page 2, tap on Entry to display the keyboard
- Immediately swipe left while the keyboard is in the process of being displayed.
- Transition breaks
I'm noticing the first issue mentioned but not the second for some reason.
That's fine. I think they are essentially the same bug but from a different angle. I think if page navigation can be done properly with the presence of soft keyboard, the issue should be resolved.