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My App is working fine, when I build the Debug version, but in the Release version with Optimize for Speed, the UI is not updating (only after the user starts a drag gesture).

When applying the opacity (_:) modifier to a view that has already had its opacity transformed, the modifier multiplies the effect of the underlying opacity transformation.

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To demonstrate that, the following code adjusts text opacity. @State private var overlayPoints. I think what is happening is that when the opacity is set to 0, SwiftUI removes that view from the screen.

Here is our Content View. 2 days ago · My app stopped to work after update to 16.

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At this point the code is done. .

My App is working fine, when I build the Debug version, but in the Release version with Optimize for Speed, the UI is not updating (only after the user starts a drag gesture). colorScheme(.

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Aug 8, 2021 · If you want to only adjust the opacity of the gray circle, you must attach.
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iOS 13. import SwiftUI. 15+ Mac Catalyst 13. . The problem is that SwiftUI sees Text view as the same view. SwiftUI onDrag not showing preview image when running on device.

SwiftUI already provides an opacity modifier out of the box.

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so it's re-appearance (on setting opacity to 1) is not animated.

My App is working fine, when I build the Debug version, but in the Release version with Optimize for Speed, the UI is not updating (only after the user starts a drag gesture).

Has somebody experience this behavior? I tested a previous version of the App and it worked fine.

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