With a slider configured with a tooltip, the on-change event fires when dragging, and when clicking anywhere on the slider line (even when the step does not change). However, it does not fire when tooltip is clicked.
<jqx-slider id="@ida" height="80" width="100%" min="@min" max="@dmax" value="@val"
tooltip="true" mode="fixed" step="1" show-buttons="false" show-ticks="false" theme="energyblue" on-change="handleSliderSave()"></jqx-slider>
As I have changed the color before and after the setting, the user could click the tooltip just to confirm it is on the right place. However than the event does not fire. The user needs to click just to the left of the tooltip.
You can see this in the demo here: https://www.jqwidgets.com/jquery-widgets-demo/demos/jqxslider/index.htm#demos/jqxslider/jquery-slider-events.htm
Please note that this slider is too small to click next to the tooltip without changing the value. If you have a larger slider (width=’100%’), then you can see that you can click the slider without changing the value, but firing the event.
What I would like: clicking the tooltip also fires the change event.