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Hello Crosslight Support,
Local Notifications seem to have a problem on iOS. When starting my app or the services sample I get asked to allow notifications. I do so but when scheduling a local notification, I never receive one.
Please, check and give advise or fix.
I use the latest stable versions of Xamarin and Crosslight 5.
here is some additional information about the reported problem.
I tried a native implementation of the local notification on iOS and this worked as expected. When setting the "FireDate" of the notification, I used "NSDate.Now.AddSeconds(10)". Looking at the date in the debugger I saw that the time was UTC which is 2 hours before my "Now" time.
When I set the date of the Crosslight notification I used "DateTime.Now.AddSeconds(10)". Using "DateTime.UtcNow.AddSeconds(10)" fires the local notification immediately. This not what I expected.
The original local notifications, which in my opinion did not work, fired two hours later then I expected.
So, it works but the time when the notification is fired is a bit confusing.
My culture is German by the way.
Please, investigate and fix.
Sorry for the delay in sending this.
The problem has been forwarded to development team of Crosslight for further investigation. The report is filed under CROS-1169.
I'll keep you informed with any news I heard from the team regarding CROS-1169.
When will this be fixed? When will there be a new stable version of Crosslight?
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