Thank you for your post.
I am unable to replicate the issue. This is what I have done:
1. In FileMaker Pro Advanced 16, I created two almost identical database files with a single Text field (Name).
2. In both files, I set the layout to have the OnLayoutSizeChange script trigger that executes a simple script:
Show Custom Dialog [ "File 1" ; "File 1"] (and "File 2" in the other file)
3. I set both files for Network Sharing.
4. On an iPad Pro 9.7 running iOS 10.3.2, I launched FileMaker Go 16, and opened both files.
5. I rotated the iPad from Portrait to Landscape, and both Custom Dialog boxes appeared.
6. I put the iPad to sleep for five minutes.
7. When I opened the iPad again, the database file connected automatically.
8. I rotated the device, and the two dialog boxes appeared again.
Let me know what I am doing differently than you so I can replicate the issue.
I have separate layouts on test files, one for portrait, one for landscape, choosen by trigger/script. Then, I opened Richard Carlton's Video-App for FM16 that has also different layouts for portrait/landscape.
The same happens with my own solutions, thought it might be easier with an independent solution (rcc...)
With only the two tiny files, I don't have problems in a few tests - but after opening rcc's file, going to another app (safari, etc), coming back to fm and choosing one of the tiny files (rcc was active), then the spinning wheel appears
For testing purposes, please send in a copy of Richard Carlton's Video-App. I have sent you a private message with instructions where to send the file.
the rcc file is payware, not freeware. I thought that FMI already has that resource )-:
installed 16.02 on the iPad: Nothing changed, unresolved
- install a file the has a scripttrigger 'onLayoutSizeChange'
- I installed 2 tiny files with that trigger
- can't reproduce with those tiny files
- installed a copy of Richard Carlton's LearningVideos FM16 (rcc)
- have rcc in the front
- go to 'Start' in Go, select one of the tiny files
-> spinning wheel appears
- tapping somewhere on the screen brings a message '..stop the script...' (got a german version, indicates that there is a script looping)
- turning the device frim landscape to portrait or vice versa will stop it