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Unable to disable ons-splitter-side Gesture Detector
CNaik last edited by
I want to disable Gesture Detector of ons-splitter-side on a specific screen as I need to provide drag and drop feature. I have done similar implementation in older version of Onsen UI by calling dispose() of gesture detector of body and ons-splitter-side BUT that’s not working in Onsen UI 2.7.0.
I have setup two Codepen samples to make this clear. Both the samples uses same CSS and JS libraries.
Sample 1 - **WORKING ** - The text can be dragged. It is directly inside the body. Have disposed Gesture Detector of body in controller.
Sample 2 - **NOT WORKING ** - The text can’t be dragged. It placed inside splitter side. Have tried disposing Gesture Detector of splitter side using ons.GestureDetector(document.getElementById(‘splitterMenuDemo’)).dispose() BUT it’s not working…
In older version of Onsen UI, it was done using document.getElementById(‘splitterMenuDemo’)._gestureDetector.dispose() BUT that’s throwing an error in new version.
I tried various other properties and functions but couldn’t find the solution.
A help here would be much appreciated.
Thanks & Regards,
@CNaik The one you are looking for is probably
CNaik last edited by CNaik
Thank you for your quick reply.
Yes, the solution worked in Codepen. BUT didn’t work in the actual application which has content with more hierarchy of ons-splitter -> ons-splitter-content -> few navigation controller -> ons-page.
I have double checked the library linking and other such things. In fact OnDrag event is being called in controller. So I guess something else in Onsen UI might be blocking drag effect?
Can you give me advise what else could be preventing drag effect?
@CNaik Oh! The navigator also has a GestureDetector now for the swipe-to-pop functionality. You can access it the same way as the splitter:
Hmm, maybe we should remove the gesture detector if the
swipeableattribute is removed…
CNaik last edited by
Moved one step closer.
I can make DIV draggable which directly on the page.
But still DIVs under ons-list can’t be dragged. I tried getting list’s gesture detector without luck. What else in ons-list or ons-list-item can be preventing drag?
@CNaik Can you try without
tappableand ripple effects? I’m not really sure why :confused: