I have a grid and PopOver assigned on a column on mouseover. It works fine until the grid cell is edited.
Check the behavior here: http://jsfiddle.net/trL2bu3o
PopOver is assigned to ‘Product’ column. (It works for the first time)
Editable columns – First Name and Last Name. (Do some edit, now popover stops to work)
What you mean with “PopOver is assigned to ‘Product’ column”?
I did not see any implementation of the jqxPopover there.
Could you clarify it?
Sorry for the wrong link.
Check this fiddle link – http://jsfiddle.net/MoMu106/trL2bu3o/12/
On mouseover on particular column (in my case Product column) I am showing PopOver as shown in the fiddle. It is working until any column is edited. For example edit First Name or Last Name column, now the PopOver is not showing… 🙁
- This reply was modified 4 years, 4 months ago by mohamed.mustafa.
Thanks for the alternate approach, kind of solved my issue.
But my original question is still hanging out there:-( “Why/How editing a cell removes mouse events assigned to other elements?”
In your case, you create it after the initialization but the
cellsrenderercallback was invoked every time when there has a change.
After that, there is no binding to the new elements.
I know this is an old thread but I’m little curious about the solution which is provided here. It’s working fine if you move the mouse on the product cell but if you quickly move to either side of cell the jqxpopover is kind of blinking for 1 sec and then going away. I think it’s a glitch or the cell hover is not taking the element or pageX or pageY correctly while moving the cursor quickly to adjacent cells. i’m talking about this example from earlier. If blinking on adjacent cells can be stopped then this would be a perfect answer.
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