svenflock wrote:the iPad Pro (2018 3rd. generation) is makes trouble with rendering the font
This issue is unrelated to the menu click functionality, as font loading does not depend on screen-size/mobile in any way whatsoever. I can only guess this could be related to one of the following: 1)
You are using a plugin or firewall, which is somehow blocking Google fonts (loaded from domain gstatic.com). I recently had someone using "little snitch" app that was blocking Google fonts load. OR 2)
It's somehow related to the ü character in düsseldorf in your domain name.
I will need to check this myself from an iPad PRO, and/or maybe you can try from another wifi/network location? Or another iPad Pro? This is not related to the menu issue, which definitely has a logical explanation.
svenflock wrote:as well as menu navigation.
You could be right. The topbar menu was mainly created for HOVER interaction, so applying "touch" may trigger unexpected behavior (because touch triggers BOTH click and hover). I will need to look into this! Thanks for reporting.
svenflock wrote:It could be related to the fact that iOS 13 serves desktop versions of homepages.
There is no specific "desktop version" or "mobile version". It's just the fact that the X3 mobile-friendly menu is served to devices with CSS-resolution less than 1024 px, which until recently, mostly covered all mobile devices. Now that the topbar (with dropdowns) might display for large touch-devices (like iPad Pro), I may have to fix some inconsistencies in dropdown behavior, which was initially created for "pointer" devices (mouse/trackpad) that handle "HOVER" as expected.
This is part of the X3 cookie plugin, and there are no options to "disable for mobile devices". I understand why you would want this, but I don't see any reason why a cookie plugin should apply for desktop but not mobile. If you really need the cookie plugin, that means you are not following the law by not showing it on mobile devices. In my opinion, you should disable the cookie plugin altogether, because I don't think you are collecting private information about the user.
svenflock wrote:When do you plan to make the next release?
I'm currently working on an app that will be the foundation to new X3 control panel 2.0. Once I get the test-app out (hopefully a few weeks), I will immediately look into next X3 release, which will include a fix for topbar menu on touch devices.