Will do. I had the first card with two navigation widgets on it, one in a group
and another not in one. A second card had the grouped widget and another one to
do ops on that card. Monte, by the time I got back to my email, I had made a
workaround, but I did make a test stack with a widget in a group and two others
on two added cards. Hmm….. it included both widgets in the simulator. Perhaps
I should have tried to quit and restart. I can’t reproduce the situation.
Anyway, I like my workaround better anyway.
Thanks. If I see it again, I’ll be back on it.
> On Sep 22, 2016, at 2:47 PM, Monte Goulding <mo...@appisle.net> wrote:
> You should be able to use as many as you like. Please open a bug report with
> a sample stack demonstrating the issue if that’s not the case.
>> On 23 Sep 2016, at 7:38 AM, William Prothero <proth...@earthednet.org> wrote:
>> I was trying to use a second navigation bar widget on my app, to control
>> various functions. But, it looks like only a single nav bar is recognized in
>> the simulator.
>> Is there a way to have more than one of those useful widgets, or am I
>> limited to a single one?
>> William Prothero, Ph.D.
>> University of California, Santa Barbara, Emeritus
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