My application runs on iOS and mainly consists of a scrollable view (horizontal slide) with 3 views attached to it.
The views of the scrollable view are added and removed dynamically when the user scrolls. Through this only 3 views remain attached to the scrollable view at any time. On each of these 3 views I have multiple objects (views, labels etc.) and the content to be displayed.
I can prove that scrolling forward is a bit slower in 1.8.2.. But it is quite ok.
But scrolling back is also slower in 1.8.2.. Because of this I am running into a serious flicker problem when I do need to reorder/add a new view at the start of the scrollableview.
In 1.8.1 there has not been a flickering when assigning an array with new views to the scrollable view and setting the current view. But in 1.8.2. the user sees that the view changes because of the array assignment and shortly later because of the repositioning of the current view.
So the changes made to a scrollableview in 1.8.2 are made that slow that the user recognized it. :-( That's a problem especially if you need to use a dynamic scrollableview consisting of only 3 views.
It would be great if 1.8.2 would offer the same performance/behaviour as 1.8.1 so that the flicker would not occur.
Here is the code which is executed when moving backwards:
// add new scrollview at start arrViews = fncVwQuestarrTcqID[intTePos - 1]); // shift views arrViews = svQuest.views; arrViews = svQuest.views; // remove last view of scroll view svQuest.removeView(svQuestviews); svQuest.views = arrViews; svQuest.currentPage = 1; // resize scroll view items fncReSizeSVView(0);
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