Joseph Pampalon:Thank you for the post.I am able to replicate using FileMaker Go 13.0v5 and iOS 8.1. The issue does not occur with FileMaker Go 13.0v5 and iOS 7.1.2.Additionally, I forwarded a report to Testing and Development for review.TSFalconFileMaker, Inc.
This issue was identified by one of our user doing a file upload with 360Works SuperContainer when using the recent release of iPad Air and the same iOS and FileMaker Go versions. This was also repeated on original Retina iPad and the same iOS and FileMaker Go.
The same sequence of steps in the post were performed and experienced the same result.
Joe, thank you for posting this anomaly and confirming my results.
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What is the status on this issue?
I see this as a major issue as downgrading to iOS 7 is not possible:
As users get new iPads or update to iOS 8 we get calls/emails from customers on our solution not functioning as it did prior to the update.
That is not fun.
Please inform me directly as to the status so that I can inform the customer on the status and a target date for resolution.
Gerard Beutler:Testing has also replicated the issue, and the information has been sent to Development for further review.I have no additional information at this time.TSFalconFileMaker, Inc.
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This issue has been fixed in FileMaker Go 14.0.1.
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