Swiping on an object on graph view with a touchscreen makes the tree disappear

Describe the bug
Using a touch screen, you can make disappear most of the objects on the graph view just swiping.

My normal graph view:

After the swipe:

This is the first time that an object other than the blue heart stayed. Normally it is only the blue heart, and I thought it was because it is the only “set” and the rest are objects. If I swipe on the set, every object disappears.

To Reproduce

  1. Open graph view
  2. Using your touch screen, select one of the objects.
  3. Using your touch screen, press on the object again and swipe your finger to any direction.
  4. Most of the nodes disappear.

Expected behavior
It should just move, same behaviour as doing it with a mouse.

System Information:

  • OS: Windows 10
  • Device Manufacturer/Model: Microsoft Surface 4 Pro
  • Anytype Version: 0.29.0 (reported in 0.21.0)

Additional context
I understand this might be a niche case as Windows OS touchscreens are not very common, so let me know if you need me to test anything on my device.

@JuanVick Hi! Thank you for your notice! It’s a known problem, we are working for it

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@JuanVick I don’t have a touchscreen and therefore cant test this. Is this bug still present?

Still in version 0.29.0

This issue has been added to our issue tracker and was received by the Development Team.

Reproduced on 0.31.48 (Windows 11, Dell Xps 15)

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