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@shweta Carousels are designed to be standalone, a carousel inside another would provide bad UX imo
@shweta You can, but as @misterjunio stated, this would be poor design. But, to explain how, you are going to have to disable event listeners on the parent carousel, come up with a way to re-enable them and disable the child ones. Just in general, a very poor way of UI and UX.
@shweta @munsterlander @misterjunio It’s possible to nest Carousel with different direction, though: https://codepen.io/frankdiox/pen/dvOgdm?editors=1010
@Fran-Diox Valid point about changing direction. This is the only default way to do this right? Otherwise, you would be back to enabling and disabling HammerJS. I am curious though as to how this could be best used for UX?