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  • jqxNotification modality #86985

    emberq
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    Hi, I was hoping I’d be able to pop a warning or error in a modal window. It looks like if I use this widget the modes are all non-modal. Please confirm and if you don’t mind advise on how I can achieve a pop up warning in a modal window. Can I put the message in a modal jqxWindow as the container?

    jqxNotification modality #86994

    Dimitar
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    Hello emberq,

    You can achieve this requirement by simply increasing the z-index of the class jqx-notification-container. Here is an example on the matter: https://www.jseditor.io/?key=modal-jqxnotification (note the applied CSS).

    Best Regards,
    Dimitar

    jQWidgets team
    http://www.jqwidgets.com/

    jqxNotification modality #87007

    emberq
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    Thanks but this is not what I’m trying to achieve. All I want to do is pop a message notification, centered on the screen and modal, using the template concept with error, warning etc. So jqxNotification seems perfect except that it si not modal and it cannot pop centered.

    The jqxWindow example you gave is interesting because it looks like the window is popping modal but then its button merely pops the same non-modal jqxNotification in the upper right.

    Can I just put the jqXNotification into that window upon initialization – just pop it in one shot right into that window using the window as the container? – and get the modal effect I need?

    jqxNotification modality #87026

    emberq
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    I think you guys have a problem with the destroy of that widget. You are not removing the ids of the images in there. When we go to pop the same widget again it is coming without the images.

    jqxNotification modality #87028

    emberq
    Participant

    Also, the opacity property doesn’t seem to work when try to make it more opaque. No matter how high I go (100) the opacity doesn’t seem to change and i get bleed through from the UI behind the control.

    jqxNotification modality #87037

    Dimitar
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    Hello emberq,

    1. Yes, you can place a jqxNotification inside a jqxWindow by setting the appendContainer property (demo).
    2. Could you, please, share a jsEditor example that reproduces this issue and we will look into it.
    3. We do not experience any issues with the property opacity. If it is set to 1, the notification is completely opaque, as in the following example: http://jsfiddle.net/jqwidgets/M7aRd/.

    Best Regards,
    Dimitar

    jQWidgets team
    http://www.jqwidgets.com/

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