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[BUG] iOS 17 widget layout bugs
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Widget layouts look off on iOS 17 (see screenshots). Note that this only occurs when built with Xcode 15.


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Environments observed

App version: 7.4.2 (2622)
OS versions: 17.0
Device model: iPhone 12 mini
Device language: EN

Event Timeline

JTannerWMF triaged this task as Medium priority.Sep 26 2023, 4:47 PM
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Noticed an issue with the Top Read widget. Testing on iPhone 12 on iOS 17.3 and iPad Pro 12.9 on iOS 17.4. It is not working on iPad, but appears to work fine on iPhone.

Wikipedia App 7.4.7 (33152)

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@ABorbaWMF Interesting - I would say double-check the device time and timezone you have set on your iPad and confirm it matches with iPhone, then reinstall and test again. We are tracking blank top read messages separately (T355134, T339127) - that one has been an existing issue for a while. As long as the widget layout doesn't look squished with added margins like in the screenshots we should be good to move this forward. Let me know if the timezone / device time change helps.

Tagging @Dmantena in case he has any other advice.

Yes I had set the time manually, so that might be the issue. After changing to auto time/date and reinstalling the app, it is working on 7.4.7 (3162)

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