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 unwanted clicks on the iPad? 
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Posted on: Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:41 pm




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 unwanted clicks on the iPad?
Are there people who are experiencing problems solving the puzzles on the iPad?

Specifically, do you sometimes by accident click on the twitter links/subscriber link/ad link
while solving a puzzle?

If yes, which version of the iPad do you use? Does the orientation matter?
Do you have specific examples (e.g. "the 8x8, bottom row").

It would also be great if someone could send me a picture of the problem
(take a picture with your iPhone then :-)

thanks,

Patrick


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Posted on: Tue Dec 11, 2012 8:14 pm




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Post Re: unwanted clicks on the iPad?
I think I finally figured it out: it happens only for smaller cell sizes!

So if you play with "large" cell size, there are no problems.

"small" typically will have problems for the 3rd row from the bottom for example.

will fix...

On a side note: you can now "pencil in" multiple numbers when using mouse/iPad/etc.

clicking "Pencil" will make it "lock", after which you can select multiple numbers.
clicking the "X" that appeared closes the number pad.


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Posted on: Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:55 pm




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Post Re: unwanted clicks on the iPad?
another tiny fix: "double tap zoom" on the iPad has been
disabled for the page :-)


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Posted on: Wed Dec 12, 2012 4:29 pm




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Post Re: unwanted clicks on the iPad?
alright, this should be fixed now: even when the number pad is over an ad,
for example, tapping a number on top of the ad will only enter the number, not
redirect you to the ad page...

in the end the fix was something totally obvious, embarrassed that I missed it
(for the Javascript programmers among us, I forgot to do event.preventDefault() ... [crying] )


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