patrick99e99 Posted March 14, 2020 Share Posted March 14, 2020 I am testing out my game on iOS, and I have a 8-directional virtual joystick overlayed on screen (a circle divided into 8 slices), and am using pixi's interaction manager for pointerdown/pointerup/pointermove events to handle touch events for detecting which direction is currently being touched... So as I am playing in full screen (iphone rotated in landscape mode), I am sliding my thumb around this "wheel", and Safari thinks "oh! GESTURE!!!".. and then all of a sudden, a scroll bar appears and the url bar comes into view-- totally ruining the experience of my game.. And then as I continue to try to play, iOS is like "OH GESTURE!!!" and then a notifications panel comes down and covers half of the screen.. and then I throw my hands up in the air and ask myself, did I make a terrible mistake trying to make a browser based game, because this behavior is literally ruining everything... Is there any way to "prevent default" on these events to stop this horrible and obnoxious behavior? ivan.popelyshev 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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