Hi, I'm making a very simple (but with many fields) 'top down' form for use on mobile phone.
One of the controls is a List control, that captures a number of additional items which are then linked to the parent form.
An issue that I have noticed is that whenever there are a lot of fields in the child form (this differs per content type), the user has to swipe down to fill out the fields. End-users have said they'd prefer this to lots of tabs or accordions (which is what I'd normally try to do here).
The issue is that the underlying parent form also scrolls down with the child form, so when the child form is closed the parent form underneath appears to be blank, or returns to the parent form in the wrong place (i.e. further down the parent form than where they were when they opened the dialog). I presume this is because the parent form does not have a fixed height?
On seeing this the user then has to swipe back up to get back to where they were on the parent form.
Is there a way I can stop the underlying parent form scrolling when a child item is opened? I can't see anything in the framework that allows me to modify this? Would I need to somehow set the parent form with CSS?