problem with webListBox and fingers gestures (ipad,iphone etc)

Hi i have this problem :
i put a webListBox in webPage that occupies the 80% of webPage.
In the top part of webPage there are a lot of controls…
if i open the page on ipad/iphone when i use fingers to zoom in or zoom out and my fingers are in top partt of webpage
the result is zoomin or zoomout.
if my 2 fingers (zoomin or zoomout gesture) ares in the perimeter of webListBox…
webListbox read this touch like as mono finger swipe and srcoll up or scroll down his rows…(and this not produce a zoomin or zoomout reaction…)
In a case where my webListbox is too much zoomed in and covers the 100% of webPage … i can’t zoom out the page for see the oringinal page…
at now i can only close the page…
this is a big problem for touch devices…
can anyone help me… ??

i’m only one that have this problem ???

i’m the only one with this problem…
I expressed myself badly ???

A video of what happens and a description of what you expect to happen would probably describe the problem better.

ok i try to made another example…

think to an ipad
if you want zoom(in o out to enlarge or reduce) an image, the gesture is put 2 fingers
(thumb and index finger) and swiping/widening the fingers you get the zoom(in out) of image…

ok, if you make this gesture on webListBox, the webListBox reacts with scroll up or scroll down and
not with zoom in/out.
sorry for my bad english…

The Viewport on WE apps are content=“width=device-width, user-scalable=no, initial-scale=1.0, minimum-scale=1.0, maximum-scale=1.0”
You will need to override this somehow as this is what disables the zoom you’re after :slight_smile:

You might be able to use HTMLHeader to set your own Viewport. I have not tried that though.

but this problem is only for webListBox,
why if the problem is in the htmlHeader… on other part of webPage the (fingers gestures) zooming works fine…??

No, you’re not the only one. There is a similar problem with container controls on web pages. If you plan on making a web app that will be viewed on a mobile device, be prepared to change your design early and often. A listbox works ok in general, but I think you’re right that it can be easy to back yourself into a corner with it.

File a bug report and post the number so I can sign on.