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Code Fix: Button action is not triggered on a subview or subform on iPad

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Issue Description

When a button on a subview or subform is below the scroll area on an iPad and configured to close the subview or subform, the button action is not triggered when clicked and focus moves back to the top of the subview or subform.


  1. Ensure you have K2 Five RTM installed.
  2. Get the K2 Five RTM FP32 from Regional Support.
  3. Install the K2 Five RTM FP32 to apply the fix.
  4. It is recommended to refresh the mobile browser cache.