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Emjee
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HoverColor stops working on Android app, after leaving the first screen

Issue occurs in Android 9 (Pie) on Samsung Note 8 with S Pen (for hover cursor).

HoverColor works when app initially loads, but doesn't work after leaving the first screen.

Tried with multiple canvas apps, cleared cache, operating system and app are updated.

This affects a default generated control like TextSearchBox1.HoverColor = RGBA(0, 0, 0, 1)

or a customized control like IconNewItem1.HoverColor = ColorFade(IconNewItem1.Color, -20%).

 

Also, just a quibble here but why have the default ColorFade set to 20% when the default color is white?

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: HoverColor stops working on Android app, after leaving the first screen

Hi @Emjee ,

 

HoverColor – The color of the text in a control when the user keeps the mouse pointer on it.

properties-color-border

You can test with IconNewItem1.HoverColor = ColorFade(IconNewItem1.Color, 100%), when your mouse point it , it will fade completely.

 

Best Regards.

Yumia

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Emjee
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Re: HoverColor stops working on Android app, after leaving the first screen

I think it's a bug. Anyone with a mouse or other pointer device on Android that can test?