Can I use this on an iPad?

I tried using this from my iPad, but things like dragging and dropping don't work. I was able to pick a component, then lift my finger, and press in schematic area, and drop an op amp or resistor. I cannot rotate resistors using the gesture as shown on a youtube channel, nor can I scroll, move, or anything like that. I have yet to figure out how to draw a line. Is anyone in this forum willing to meet me on Facetime, Signal, or Zoom so I can how you what I'm doing? I'm obviously doing something wrong. There is nothing in the documentation that shows us iPad users how to use this.

I'm looking for a specific App that does this, but I have not found it in the App Store for iPads. Does one exist? Was that how the youtube video was made?

by Jdcrunchman
March 14, 2022

Since the USER INTERFACE is through the WEB BROWSER, it seems to be a matter of how the iPad simulates a MOUSE OVER and a DRAG AND DROP. (It is not that evident even on an HP Laptop Computer with a touch screen without using the mouse, even if, I know, it is doable. I just have forgotten how, since I prefer the mouse to the touch screen)

by vanderghast
March 15, 2022

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Answer by OakBloodThree

This is the the Electronics Q&A forum. Try posting on the CircuitLab support forum instead:

+1 vote
by OakBloodThree
March 22, 2022

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