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Application UI items are not clickable after changing application rotation to landscape to portrait.

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Feb 13, 2015

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This is a known issue in a public release. Which means any app that switches orientation becomes unusable.

Although the line above in the release notes is not that descriptive. The bug happens on iOS only and when switching from any orientation to the other.

What does this bug mean?

It means that currently any app that switches rotation dynamically cannot still be published on the AppStore.

Hope this gets fixed soon.

Fixed in latest AIR 17 SDK (beta)

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Application UI items are not clickable after changing application rotation to landscape to portrait.

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Feb 13, 2015

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This is a known issue in a public release. Which means any app that switches orientation becomes unusable.

Although the line above in the release notes is not that descriptive. The bug happens on iOS only and when switching from any orientation to the other.

What does this bug mean?

It means that currently any app that switches rotation dynamically cannot still be published on the AppStore.

Hope this gets fixed soon.

Fixed in latest AIR 17 SDK (beta)

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Feb 19, 2015

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Fixed in latest AIR 17 SDK (beta)

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Feb 23, 2015

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I'm currently running AIR 15 but need to update it, so that means I have to upgrade AIR to gain Apple's 64 bit support requirement. So is this bug present in all AIR 16 versions?

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Feb 24, 2015

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It is fixed in AIR SDK 17 (beta)

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Feb 24, 2015

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Ok. Not sure I'm comfortable using betas, but it does seem like that's the only choice with each release, or you can never put anything in the app store.

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