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Jan 2016
Sam Jones
@ollwenjones
Jan 29 2016 14:25
@djuric42 I would think you would need a place above the 'existing' component in the DOM tree to render the popup, such as a parent container. Probably need to see some of your template code to know what was going on.
Sam Jones
@ollwenjones
Jan 29 2016 15:11
@djuric42 maybe it would be more helpful to point you to somebody's working example:
https://justindujardin.github.io/ng2-material/#/components/dialog
If the underlying dom is getting replaced, I'd say there's a mistake in the template somewhere.