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      Latest reply on Apr 20, 2019 8:11 AM by Claude31
      Claude31 Level 8 Level 8 (7,005 points)

        I get sometimes this message on console, when running app and watch on simulator:


        Watch Extension[61968:3514238] [detents] no detent for type 4


        I have no idea what it means. Even less where it comes from !


        IOS 12 on simulator and WatchOS 5.1

        • Re: Watch Extension: what is detent ?
          Claude31 Level 8 Level 8 (7,005 points)

          No answer, I close the thread.

            • Re: Watch Extension: what is detent ?
              Claude31 Level 8 Level 8 (7,005 points)

              I finally found what detents are.


              They are the actions for providing haptic feedback, notably in the crown.

              Now what is type 4 here, in the context of simulator ???


              Haptic Feedback

              Apple Watch Series 4 provides haptic feedback for the Digital Crown, creating a more tactile experience as the user scrolls through content. By default the system provides linear haptic detents—or taps—as the user rotates the crown. Some system controls, like table views, provide detents as new items scroll onto the screen.

              Use the default haptic feedback. If haptic feedback doesn't feel right within the context of your app—for example, if the linear detents don’t match your app’s animation—disable the detents. You can also adjust the haptic feedback behavior for tables, letting the table use linear detents instead of the row-based detents. For example, if your table has rows with significantly different heights, linear detents may produce a better feel.