If you add a custom action for “new screen” and set a title, while in the builder it shows the screen title you set, and the “back” button is called “back”:
But when on mobile, it does not show the screen title, and labels the back button whatever you had for the title.
If you don’t set a title, just the arrow shows (without the word “back”)
Do I undestand it right that the issue was just with this screenshot?
Isn’t it always the case for Android? Do you expect Android to show the same “back” text and then the title in the middle?
Thank you for responding. Yes I expected what I saw in the builder because otherwise if I have a real title it looks like the back arrow will take you to a different window. That is why I named this window ‘cancel’
But that’s the case for the builder as well. The behaviour you described only applies for iOS.
My 1st screenshot above is from the builder. It’s on a show new screen. I don’t know what screen type you’re showing there. Almost looks like a show detail.
Here’s what I see in the builder, with an Android layout, when I use “show new screen” and point it to a table.
Do you recall its behaviour being different at any point? With Android, I can’t recall it behaving differently since I used Glide. Granted, I mostly test apps on the iOS layout.
Wow. I had never noticed you could set it to a particular device. I just was using the builder as “generic mobile”. I will forevermore try everything using a specific device as well as tablet, etc. Whatever options they give.