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DJG asked on 08 May 2012, 04:03 PM
I want to implement traditional anchor names to allow the user to jump down the page to view navigation below the primary content, and from there to jump back to top - this appears to be in conflict with the way view navigation works, however - i.e. whether via KUI button or vanilla link, it results in "loading..." while the page tries to move to a non-existent view - is there a workaround, or am I missing something, or ?  Thanks! :)

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answered on 09 May 2012, 04:43 PM
Hello,

Since Kendo UI Mobile uses anchors for navigation, the described approach will not work, indeed. There is one other issue - Kendo UI Mobile does not use native scrolling, so anchors would not work even without the history support. 

The thing that makes sense (and is logged for implementation) would be to expose scrollTo method for the mobile scroller, which will allow you to scroll to the given area - we will probably include this in the upcoming service pack. 

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answered on 09 May 2012, 05:29 PM
Thanks - this seemed to be the case - I was looking at the Scroller too to see if that might hold any solutions - sounds like I'm out of luck until the next service pack though.  Thanks for getting back to me! :)
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