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Thank you, but I have already moved on and created a work-around solution. //JENS O
This is what I want to do:
1. When the reader/user double-taps a (PDF based) page, a scrollable text object opens and hides the original page.
2. When the reader/user has read the text, he or she double-taps again, the text object hides and the original page is shown again.
All of the above I can easily achieve, and have achieved, by adding interactivity to the different object's "double tap" event panels. It works beautifully in every way but one important: it kills off all other interactivity! One cannot swipe or pinch, and the scrollable text object does not scroll.
I have tried adding the interactivity both to the objects themselves, and to separate interactive areas. The latter works if I limit it's size, and in practice make a button of it. But that is not what I want to do, I want the reader/user to be able to double-tap anywhere on the page/object.
Is there a way of achieving this whithout having to edit all other interactive events ("swipe up", "swipe down" and so on)?
Thank you in advance for any advice.