Change is coming!!

Exciting things are happening at nfx developement. I’ll update with the situation soon!!!

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    • Gene
    • May 22nd, 2012

    Pinching in order to “zoom in” is completely contrary to any logical use or to any other Android application out there! (I first noticed it to my astonishment on your video.) What on earth made you think that “pinching” is equivalent to zooming?? Chenge it, and I’d reconsider getting this app.

      • nfxDevelopment
      • May 22nd, 2012

      I am slightly confused why you would be so against the idea of pinch to zoom. This is a very natural and normal feature of touch screen interfaces. See google maps for example. Common users of touch screen devices would try this gesture instinctively, due to it’s use throughout many different UI’s. This feature would not change, as I believe it benefits the vast majority of my users. Thanks for you time.

        • Gene
        • May 22nd, 2012

        No, you’re misunderstanding. “Pinching” as in moving your fingers together, drags the image with the fingers, which means that the image scale become larger (as the area subscribed by your fingers shrink), just like it does on Google maps, contrary to what you just described and what is shown in the beginning of the video, where the effect is the opposite and thus counter intuitive.

        • nfxDevelopment
        • May 22nd, 2012

        Arh ok, I think I know what you have seen.
        Look at the latest video here.

        I realised the previous configuration was less intuitive and opted for the more normalised arrangement.
        Thanks.

    • Gene
    • May 22nd, 2012

    Aah! Yes, that is a completely different story! Very nice!

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