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I got version 7.1.1 yesterday, and they fixed a VoiceOver issue with this update. It showed up for me in the scoreboard section, when trying to get details about a particular game, such as the box score or highlights. The buttons for those features were not working with VoiceOver in the previous version, but they work now. This is on an iPad Air.
I haven't noticed any other changes in this version to this point.
Hi, has anyone noticed out-of-sync issues with the highlights on an iPad 2 using iOS 7.1.1?
The video is about 2 seconds behind the audio and it plays like it's in slow motion.
I followed the steps recommended by MLB support:
1. Force close all apps on iPad.
2. Perform a hard reset by holding power and home button together until screen goes black and Apple logo appears.
Now, my highlights play great without any issues!
If you have an MLB gameday subscription or an MLB.TV subscription, you can listen to the games you miss on the computer. Archiving would be nice, but I'm pretty sure it would make the app much too large.
It's a little confusing for me to navigate in landscape mode, especially since I essentially have to turn the iPad upside down to do it. (I keep all my iDevices portrait locked.) Also, I sometimes have difficulty finding the settings in the most recent release of the app, especially while listening to a game. If anyone has any tips I would be ever so grateful.
So I am using the 2019 version of MLB At Bat and just noticed a really odd and confusing bug. When you view the team schedules, by selecting the tab with the name of your team and then choosing schedule, Voiceover is reading the games incorrectly, they are off by one day. For example, it says the Red Sox play the Seattle Mariners on March 27 at 6:05. That game is actually happening today, March 28.
So, if you are using At Bat, you may want to doublecheck the schedule with another source.
Just wanted to make folks aware of this odd bug, hopefully MLB Media fixes this quite soon.
They are usually pretty good about fixing bugs, unlike other companies I could name [coughAppleCough]. Hopefully it will be fixed soon.
T-Mobile, my cell provider, included a free subscription for MLB TV this year so I've used that from time to time instead of just audio. Has anyone else found that none of the text you can dispaly during a TV broadcast is read by VoiceOver any longer. There is a top panel for scores and a bottom panel for things such as batting averages and more that you can turn on with VO actions. But when they are on, for me on iOS 14.5, nothing is read.
If I turn on screen recognition, some of the text is read but this doesn't work all that well in this app.