A few changes to the QML UI

Long, Martin martin at longhome.co.uk
Mon May 14 14:22:02 PDT 2018

I've spotted the pattern....

First of all, I kill the app (by swiping from the task list).

To start with, regardless of which dive I tap, it always opens the very top
dive (the last one I did).

Now, if I swipe that dive left, to move to the next one down, then tap the
back button to return to the dive list...

The behaviour now changes. With each tap of a dive (regardless of which
one), it will keep moving down the list, opening then next one in sequence.

If instead of using the back button, I swipe back through the dives, until
I reach the top, and then right again to get the list... then the original
behaviour is reverted (any tap always opens the most recent dive)

Sounds like it relates to the back stack on Android, and possibly some
confusion/difference between what happens when swiping versus using the
back button.

On 14 May 2018 at 21:56, Dirk Hohndel <dirk at hohndel.org> wrote:

> > On May 14, 2018, at 1:40 PM, Long, Martin <martin at longhome.co.uk> wrote:
> >
> > Aside from the jerky/weird scrolling, I'm getting the old issue where
> whichever dive I "tap" on the list, a random one seems to be show. It
> doesn't *seem* to be deterministic. Tapping the same dive over and over can
> result in different ones showing. They're not always necessarily from the
> same trip. it's quite odd.
> Every time I think we have this one fixed it comes back. Not the slightest
> clue.
> /D
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