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Jason Quense
@jquense
it's not really possible to handle all the possible combos of those two together so I just say that that combo is "use at your own risk"
mostly tho the problem is that when a suggestion is found it selected it automatically
in the first case no selection is found, in the second case one is
Charlie Midtlyng
@kjell-gunnar-midtlyng
Ok. thanks. I have to rethink our usage of it. In a "self-written" (built on jQuery-UI autocomplete)-combobox i sort of managed to get it working with both suggest and filter.
Charlie Midtlyng
@kjell-gunnar-midtlyng
I actually doesn't need the "suggest" property.
If I am able to let "Tab" have the same behavior as "Enter" it would solve my issue.
Timothy Kempf
@Fauntleroy
howdy everyone
I've got a little bit of a configuration dilemma here
I need to get the time picker component to iterate by 30 minute intervals, but cut off at 11:59:00
(23:59:00)
(the last item in the list should be "11:59 PM")
The only thing I can think of is to actually modify the DateTimePicker component itself
Jason Quense
@jquense
ya there isn't any sort of built in way to handle that...
Hello, I installed react-widgets. I am using browserify for dependency mgmt and karma as test runner.
In one of react components, I required "Calendar" and now when I run tests, karma/browserify errors out with message "[framework.browserify]: ReferenceError: Unknown plugin "babel-plugin-object-assign" while parsing file: C:\Projects..\web-client\node_modules\react-widgets\lib\index.js".
Any idea/thoughts?
react-widgets version is 2.8.1
Daniel Fernandez
@danfernand
hey guys, I initiated Pull Request #217 fix mobile device that use touch events, but Travis seems to be failing on unrelated changes. what do you recommend? https://travis-ci.org/jquense/react-widgets/builds/83199941
Jason Quense
@jquense
I wouldn't worry about Travis failures at this point. the build is a bit of a mess, mostly bc most development is happening on the react 14 branch
Alex
@liyali
Hi there, did anyone tried to integrate react-widgets with reactjs & rails?
mauriyouth
@mauriyouth
Hello! how we set the globalize or moment localizer thanks
abhi10desai
@abhi10desai
Hi Did anyone try out the React Widgets with react-0-14-0.js?
Mathieu M-Gosselin
@mathieumg
Tony Baeg
@tbaeg
i have tried it but primarily with the datetimepicker
the primary issue i'm facing is proper configuration of the localizers
going to check out the react-14 branch
Tony Baeg
@tbaeg
as a note, i was trying out the latest beta version
between 2.8.2 and the latest beta looks like shifted to using the babelHelpers_extend method to include the configure module
didn't pan out for me, but will dig into it a bit
Tony Baeg
@tbaeg
got the localizer working with the beta version, i couldn't configure it in the module where my calls to DateTimePicker were present
when i moved it to a higher level module it worked perfectly
i can't say this intended behavior
Charlie Midtlyng
@kjell-gunnar-midtlyng

Hi, we're having an issue with IE10 and IE11 (doh)
https://jsfiddle.net/uxtkxymz/2/ - if a combobox contains a non-ASCII character (e.g. ø and å in this case) IE will trigger an onchange event on render. This is quite annoying, but I cannot see how to fix this without digging below the Combobox-api...

Any suggestions? (PS: We have to support IE...)

(The problem is that all dropdowns with non-ascii events will be open on render - they should be closed...)
Charlie Midtlyng
@kjell-gunnar-midtlyng
(btw: this is a working demo: https://jsfiddle.net/uxtkxymz/3/)
Mathieu M-Gosselin
@mathieumg
Soren Peterson
@SorenPeterson
Hello, I am trying to use a calendar with server side rendering, and I am getting a message that says the checksum was invalid. I tracked it down to be the calendar label button. I was reading the source code and found this line: var viewID = (0, _widgetHelpers.instanceId)(this, '_calendar')
Will someone help me understand what this line does? What is this syntax?
bundle.js:1316 Warning: React attempted to reuse markup in a container but the checksum was invalid. This generally means that you are using server rendering and the markup generated on the server was not what the client was expecting. React injected new markup to compensate which works but you have lost many of the benefits of server rendering. Instead, figure out why the markup being generated is different on the client or server:
(client) ton><button id="rw_1_calendar_label" ari (server) ton><button id="rw_16_calendar_label" ar
Soren Peterson
@SorenPeterson
@here Ok. So I found the offending line. In util/_.js, there is an idCount variable. The uniqueId function increments that variable every time a new id is requested. I am currently looking into how it would be possible to reset this idCount upon rerendering.
Soren Peterson
@SorenPeterson
One though I had was forcing react-widgets to reload every time you want to render, but that seems terribly inefficient.
Soren Peterson
@SorenPeterson
Ok. So here's what I did to resolve my problem. I added a function to the lib/utils/_.js file called resetIdCount. All it does is set idCount to 0. It was enough to solve my problem. I'll open a pull request, but I would be more than happy to discuss alternative solutions.
Archimedes Trajano
@trajano
Hi
I am trying to figure out how the dropdown works specifically the part that will close the other dropdowns/selections /etc so there is only one. I am presuming uncontrollable is one of the key components, but I am having trouble understanding how to trigger the close of the other values.
er dropdowns.
hi guys i have a problem with datetimepicker when i submit data then i got an object of value
please can anyone suggest me what should i do
Renato Marinho
@renatomarinho
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@renatomarinho
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