But don't attach an event handler to the `OnSelectionChanged` (or equivalent `OnSelectedItemChanged`) events and then use this as the trigger for starting navigation.
This is typically used when there are options displayed in a list[box] and the user can select an item to navigate to the appropriate page. It's also really common for such a list to be large enough that the user must scroll to see all the items. Therein lies the problem. It's common for the first part of the swipe gesture (intended to scroll the list) to be interpreted as a selection. This then causes the app to navigate to the item that was touched while swiping, not the one the user actually wanted.
Instead, add a handler for the `Tap` event of the individual item. This way you don't risk confusing the gestures.
This way you'll have an app that behaves as the user expects. This is definitely a step towards having happier users which will hopefully help lead to you havinng more of them.
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