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  • #71565
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    Michael
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    First of all: THANKS for Pydio!!

    I have a minor problem with the iOS App (latest Pydio from the Appstore) under iOS 6.1.3 (iPhone4), backend is the latest stable version of the 4 branch of Ajaxplorer (migration to 5.x will follow later this year).

    I have a repository with several .zip files. In the iOS-AppI can access the repository and I see the .zip files but then I have no controls in the App to move backwards to the list of repositories (I have about 4 repositories in the backend).
    Am I just stupid and do not see an obvious widget/gesture for this move?

    Thanks for help!
    Michael


    #71586
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    charles
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    Hi Michael,
    Maybe an iOS6 specifig bug, would have to retest that one (did you test on iOS7 on another device?)


    Charles, Pydio author - doing my best to help !
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    #71592
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    Michael
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    Hi Charles,
    thanks for the fast answer. I’ll check later with iOS7.
    (We use Pydio in a small group with a mix of devices and not all members are on iOS7 yet.)

    It’s a minor annoyance, but if you can fix it buy a small fix/compile/submit thingy that would be cool.

    Thanks!
    Michael
    P.S.: Will get in touch again for a donation. I already had contact with someone from the team a few months ago, but never got all the information needed for a payment from an institutional user (we’re in Switzerland).


    #71620
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    charles
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    Michael,
    come back to me again when you have time. I must say we are quite saturated lately, which is a good problem :-)


    Charles, Pydio author - doing my best to help !
    If you like the software or want to say thanks, pay by a tweet, mention #pydio or follow us

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