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The best I can guess, you're dealing with two competing swipe events, and one of them is blocking the receipt of the event from the second one. You should look into whether or not your scripts (and there are a lot of them in your project) has a preventDefault() or a stopImmediatePropagation() call and play around with that setting.
Hope that helps,
Thank you for looking at my project. If I get rid of my swipe events in my external scripts.
And only want to use the swipe events from the Adobe Edge files.
What script and where do I put it in the Adobe Edge project to call the swipe to go down to the child HTML.
Jeroen, I have to ask, why did you do it this way? Separate Edge files? I don't think it's an easy task to 'swipe' from one Edge file to another file. I believe the Animate swipe behaviors is intended for elements within the same Animate file.
In HTML I've made a framework. In that framework I put the Edge animate projects. Each Edge animate project is one page.
If you got to next page or to the previous, the Framework will navigate between theses pages (Edge Animate projects) horizontally (from left to right, vice versa).
I've read on the internet that it is possible to get a symbol from outside the edge project. I would like to have it the other way.
That the swipe in the edge project get the div in the html.
So I hope that it is possible because otherwise I have a problem.