I don't have a CodePen url as I don't think it's necessary to explain the issue but you'll be able to see what I mean on our website www.britishwebsites.co.uk
With a large draggable area, now that ios10 does not allow a developer to easily override the ability to pinch and zoom, it becomes necessary that the pinch-zoom functionality on a draggable area works. If you zoom into a large draggable area (our big map/island) you can not then zoom out again. You would have to zoom in on another par
Yeah, I just did more testing and confirmed that in order to disable the native touch-scrolling (which is necessary, otherwise the entire page will move when you try touch-dragging the Draggable), preventDefault() must be called on the touchstart event, but doing so ALSO prevents native pinch-zooming. So the way touch events are implemented in the browser, it's forcing us to choose one or the other. Can't do both. Pretty frustrating, I know.
If anyone knows of a workaround, please let us kn