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Chad Lonberger
Posted Feb 16 - Read on Facebook

Does ScrollComponent have some on-device performance limitations? Simple demo w/ 36 layers appears to bog hard on an iPhone 6.

http://share.framerjs.com/wrb1qm3ckl1k/

6 Comments

Daniel Lin

I've been running into the same issue! It's preventing me from sharing/previewing anything on-device that uses ScrollComponent

Jordan Robert Dobson

I haven't seen this... What version of framer and what viewer are you using?

Chad Lonberger

Daniel Lin, does this work on your device? http://share.framerjs.com/ihil0txpgijp/

Floris Verloop

This is happening over here too (using Frameless on iOS 9), it seems to hide certain parts of the scrollView when a Tap/Click event fires. Can't really say at the moment what it is exactly. **...continues investigating...**

Randi Dumaguet

Same issue using different browsers on mobile, even using Frameless. I'm on iPhone 6, iOS 9.2.1

Koen Bok

Just fixed this one. It turned out there is a rendering bug in iOS that got triggered when we set layer.clip to false by default. You can the fix in a minute by doing "File-> Update Framer...". We will ship a bugfix release asap.

https://github.com/koenbok/Framer/commit/c6b4f3fe2d79d1105f18390c43ad252164ecc59a

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