I've discovered a couple of issues with both the built-in text box object (when set to "textarea" mode) as well as any of the iframe plugins (jessejoh or pode's versions).
If using just one/either/or/both of these objects in a project I have discovered the user can pinch/pull zoom on the site within these objects, thus causing some crazy undesirable results (like the layout trying to scale, failing to do so, then disappearing entirely off-screen).
To test what I mean, visit this test build site I'm working on - wait for it to load and click "next" to hit the "about" page. The text area can be zoomed in by doing a pinch/pull (*EDIT* seems to be only on default android browser only) on the standard C2 built-in text box object. Removing the iframe from my project makes no difference, I have tried that already. I'm using this iframe for a google map embed only, but it makes no difference if left in or not.
Anyone have any idea why the browser is allowing over-ride on zoom? I thought C2 was supposed to stop this from happening... though I have read recently that specifically in iOS that changes have been made to stop developers from being able to stop users from zooming (because it's apparently discriminatory - they'd rather break everyone's projects or pages that need zoom disabled in places). This is happening in android however... and on PC as well for that matter (if you hold CTRL and use the mouse wheel) it will do weird stuff.
Help please? Is this a bug that needs to be reported or am I doing something wrong (like usual?)
Was able to test on an iDevice and it works as expected (no zooming/breaking) but is definitely a problem on the standard android browser. Will test in chrome on android and see if that's also an issue.
It also works fine in chrome on android... it seems to be just the standard android browser that's broken