When I first started playing with Indigo a few weeks ago, I somehow stumbled upon the ability to swipe content in fixed increments, and now I can't figure out how I did it.
Please refer to the image below for what I mean.
And don't be thrown by the fact that I used images to represent the scrollable content.
I need to be able to do this with ANY content, not just images. That is key.
So you swipe an image to the left, and the next image moves into view and stops when centered in the viewport... it doesn't momentum scroll partway across the viewport and stop willy nilly. That would be a fail for the solution I'm after.
By the way, we just bought our license for Indigo Studio today... whoo hoo.
The best bet would be to use "Page Control" available in the iOS pack. it will work just the same for desktop/tablet/web scenarios. You can also alt+click on the design canvas and search for "gallery" or "carousel" too
By default it comes with "dots" representing pages, but you can drag it off-canvas to hide it.
We are of course thrilled to know that you likes the product enough to buy it!
Oh! and one more thing. The pager control works just like tabs. As in, you don't have to specify any swipe events to make to switch content. It's built in to the control itself. Just pick the dot to show the corresponding content area, and add your content just like you would inside a tab.