I have a problem with an application that uses API 3.25, when we use it in a touch device (not mobile, only monitor computers) this doesn´t work with the pan or zoom using the fingers on the screen; this only occurs in Google Chrome. Previously, this worked fine and we don´t had any problem. We have another application that uses API 4.8 and this work fine. I have tried using:
map = new Map("map",
center: [-95, 30],
And this doesn´t work. This problem is related to Google Chrome? or is something related to the API? Could you help me please?
Thank you in advance.
It looks like this has been fixed at 3.26:
Brian Hennessey, can you provide more details to help us reproduce that problem? Is it only with 3.26, or also with 3.27?
We tested this with Chrome 71 (and Google Canary 73) on several devices and monitors and can not reproduce this.
I just tested a variety of 3.28 samples on a Samsung Galaxy s8 (Android 9) with Chrome (75.0.3770.101) and they all seem to work fine.
What specific versions of device, OS, and Chrome are showing this issue?
Thank you for the reply! It turns out, our Portal Server had an old version of WAB Deployed with an old JSAPI library setup. Our custom apps were somehow referencing this internal API and causing the issue. This has been fixed and we are no longer having this issue, thanks again!