Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of Ticket #4721


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Jun 24, 2008, 1:22:13 AM (11 years ago)
Author:
bill
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This ticket looks related to #6968. BTW, I'm fine w/rolling in the code from charting/action2d/Tooltip.js into place.js, so that placeAroundElement() works on a rectangle too, but that won't solve the whole problem. dijit.Tooltip isn't meant to work on GFX objects (out of the box) and not sure I want to add code for that into dijit.

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  • Ticket #4721 – Description

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    1 Currently dijit.placeOnScreenAroundElement() is putting the MasterTooltip in the incorrect location, as seen in the below example (kudos to jayantbsai for example and for identifying this).  The tooltip position gets set to style.top:-9999.  I'm not sure if the problem is in dijit._MasterTooltip.show or in dijit.placeOnScreenAroundElement itself.  Workaround is to just do a onmouseover event, correcting style={top: Xpx, left: Ypx};, but the tooltip flickers under this workaround since this is not really a good solution.  My contact info is amcallis (at the domain] gmail:
     1Currently dijit.placeOnScreenAroundElement() is putting the !MasterTooltip in the incorrect location, as seen in the below example (kudos to jayantbsai for example and for identifying this).  The tooltip position gets set to style.top:-9999.  I'm not sure if the problem is in dijit._MasterTooltip.show or in dijit.placeOnScreenAroundElement itself.  Workaround is to just do a onmouseover event, correcting style={top: Xpx, left: Ypx};, but the tooltip flickers under this workaround since this is not really a good solution.  My contact info is amcallis (at the domain] gmail:
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    33Testcase:
    4 
     4{{{
    55<html>
    66  <head>
     
    3030  </body>
    3131</html>
     32}}}