Mobile Menu opens too fast

einkauf4
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einkauf4 posted this 06 April 2017

Hey!

Just have a question to the menu in responsive design.. When just sliding through the website on smartphone a menu point opens directly when coming over it with a sliding finger. But it should just open with a direct finger tip (click) on it..

How can we do this?

THANKS

Hey! Just have a question to the menu in responsive design.. When just sliding through the website on smartphone a menu point opens directly when coming over it with a sliding finger. But it should just open with a direct finger tip (click) on it.. How can we do this? THANKS
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 07 April 2017

Hi,

Maybe on your other site where it is working fine you have different settings under the Mobile Menu >> Submenus.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, Maybe on your other site where it is working fine you have different settings under the Mobile Menu >> Submenus. Sincerely, Hella
einkauf4
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einkauf4 posted this 06 April 2017

No, it is no problem with the phone or browser.

On other sites there is no such a problem. The menu on your site does work how it should, too. We can slide without directly open navigation point in the menu ???

No, it is no problem with the phone or browser. On other sites there is no such a problem. The menu on your site does work how it should, too. We can slide without directly open navigation point in the menu ???
Support Team
Support Team posted this 06 April 2017

Hi,

You mean that you scroll the page with your finger on mobile device and once you end up scrolling on the menu item it is considered as pressed? I assume that it is the problem with the mobile device or mobile browser interpreting the finger tip, like it takes the point where you remove your finger after scrolling as the point where you have pressed.
I'm not sure that we can do anything about it.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, You mean that you scroll the page with your finger on mobile device and once you end up scrolling on the menu item it is considered as pressed? I assume that it is the problem with the mobile device or mobile browser interpreting the finger tip, like it takes the point where you remove your finger after scrolling as the point where you have pressed. I'm not sure that we can do anything about it. Sincerely, Hella
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