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    Roshan Bhalla
    @rbhalla
    Hey Craig, thought I'd see if you were here before asking on github. I was wondering if there was an easy way for me to hook into tooltip reposition events?
    I'm an idiot, there is literally a section in the documentation for it. My bad.
    Craig Michael Thompson
    @Craga89
    Haha, no problem :)
    Happens to the best of us!
    Roshan Bhalla
    @rbhalla
    I was just mentioning to a colleague, this library is really impressive. Incredibly easy to use, thanks!
    Craig Michael Thompson
    @Craga89
    Great to hear you're enjoying it
    creative director
    @diqidoq
    Hey Craig, how are you. I hope you are fine. Just my 2 cents: qTip2 is an awesome popup abstraction layer. Congratulations for this! Short question: Am I wrong with my assumption that activity will go rather down a little bit over the next time? I just ask because it has a little learning curve and I would like to invest and report and contribute back to the project, but I am not sure how you look at your project for the future and in context with the evolution of web in general for the next years. I hope it is ok to ask. Thanks for understanding.
    Craig Michael Thompson
    @Craga89
    Hi diqidoq, glad to hear you're enjoying the plugin!
    Craig Michael Thompson
    @Craga89
    qTip2 is alive and well for now, so feel free to contribute any bug fixes and improvements and I'll look them over
    Hoenstly I'm not sure of qTip2's place in the future of the Web. It was built in the time of jQuery and behemonth libraries, so im not sure it fits well with the small modular approach the Web is taking as of late
    It's a pretty heft library by any ones standard, especially when you consider it has a very specific purpose
    There's some good alternatives out there that are much smaller and better suited to the IE9+ web I feel, though not quite as feature full!
    creative director
    @diqidoq
    Hi Craig. Thanks for your reflecting and meaningful reply. Your inside about future and web trends is very careful. Thank you for that thoughts. The things you have pointed out, are basically why I am asking. But I think qTip2 is still one of the first options out there in the moment when it comes to projects where you need all the features of qTip2 all together. I mean: tooltips, modals, ajax callbacks, popups, dialogs, jGrowl tape of messages, etc, all in one. I would consider calling it a overlay framework. Because the drawback of modular concept comes in, when you need all those features together, you often have many double or overlapping code. Even if I like modular approach, I am not the hugest fan of any trends, which try force a complete rewrite of useful ideas. I think all has its place. Have you read this article from 2014 about the future of jQuery? -> http://sdtimes.com/jquery-3-0-future-web-development/
    tagaulap
    @tagaulap
    Anyone home?
    Jonny Carter
    @jonnybot0
    Looks quiet, but anyone got any idea why requiring qtip2 wouldn't pull in the css? I'm trying to pull it in like an AMD/RequireJS module in my webpack app.
    require('qtip2')
    That pulls in JS, but not CSS.
    ritiko
    @ritiko
    wow. this room is super abandoned. Is this project abandoned? also the site is broken at the moment