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I have a question related to file-monger. File-monger asks, “What happens if one of the controls is not on the page when I tell it to validate it? does it fail silently or throw an exception?”
In my experience, jqxValidator fails silently if one of the controls is not on the page but a rule is present. This has caused some consternation and wasted time. There are cases when it is reasonable to have a rule present to cover cases which may not always occur on a dynamically generated form, so I don’t consider this a coding error.
My question is: Is there any way I can tell validator to ignore rules if a control is not present? And is there a way to make it more verbose in terms of revealing errors so troubleshooting is easier and more straightforward?
I didn’t see a “disable spin mode” option in the list of changes and enhancements in the latest release, as discussed in this thread. Could you let me know how to disable advancement of numbers using the arrow keys, mouse wheel and touch pads?
Any idea which future version this feature/option will be scheduled for? Thanks in advance for your reply.
More precisely, should your documentation for the properties for jqxTooltip refer to animationHideDelay: nnnn rather than HideDelay? And a default of 4000, not 300? If I set animationHideDelay when I initialize jqxTooltip, I get the result the user wants, which is for the tooltip to display for longer.
Thank you for answering my question.
Will there be an option for jqxNumberInput to disable changing the value with the up/down arrow keys or mouse wheel (or touch pad) in a coming release? The users I am working with do not like this feature at all, since it makes it very easy to change a value inadvertently, particularly with a touch pad.