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Click on scrollbar in dropdown makes list disappear #4

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fabricasapiens opened this Issue Jan 10, 2012 · 6 comments

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ghost commented Jan 10, 2012

In Chrome on Windows, a click on the scrollbar (as for example on the homepage http://textextjs.com/) will make the list disappear instead of scroll.

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@fabricasapiens Sounds like there is a small number of issues specific to Windows. Unfortunately I don't have a readily available windows environment, do you think it's something you could look into?

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alexgorbatchev commented Jan 12, 2012

@fabricasapiens Sounds like there is a small number of issues specific to Windows. Unfortunately I don't have a readily available windows environment, do you think it's something you could look into?

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I would assume it's the same issue with Chrome/Chromium across OS but I will try to look into this when I have the time! I think it has to do with not calling an event.preventDefault(); and event.stopPropagation(); somewhere...

ghost commented Jan 13, 2012

I would assume it's the same issue with Chrome/Chromium across OS but I will try to look into this when I have the time! I think it has to do with not calling an event.preventDefault(); and event.stopPropagation(); somewhere...

adamayres added a commit to adamayres/jquery-textext that referenced this issue Jan 16, 2012

Fixes #2 #4 #5 - Capture mousedown event in autocomplete used by the …
…blur event to determine if it was triggered by a scroll click or an item selection, in which case we set focus back to the input instead of closing the autocomplete. Added a click listener to the document body that triggers the autocomplete to close when the click is not within the textext wrap element.
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Sweet :)

ghost commented Jan 17, 2012

Sweet :)

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@adamayres great, thank you! I'll have a look at this shortly.

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alexgorbatchev commented Jan 17, 2012

@adamayres great, thank you! I'll have a look at this shortly.

unamashana added a commit to unamashana/jquery-textext that referenced this issue Jan 31, 2012

Fixes #2 #4 #5 - Capture mousedown event in autocomplete used by the …
…blur event to determine if it was triggered by a scroll click or an item selection, in which case we set focus back to the input instead of closing the autocomplete. Added a click listener to the document body that triggers the autocomplete to close when the click is not within the textext wrap element.
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alexgorbatchev commented Feb 19, 2012

Merged.

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