CSS3 pointer-events

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  1. Kjell
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    Posted 15 Dec 2013 Link to this post

    Is the 'pointer-events' CSS property supported?   Graphite says it is not a valid property, but I just want to make sure. 

    I'm trying to use it on appointments in the calendar.  I want behavior of the appointment touch to be the same as the day cell touch in the monthly view.  Right now they pretty much work the same but the only problem is the cell doesn't get highlighted when touching an appointment.  I came across the 'pointer-events' property in a google search and though that applying it to the appointment might solve my issue.  Instead the appointment touch/clock now does nothing.  If this property is not yet supported, can anyone suggest an alternate solution?
  2. Steve
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    Posted 17 Dec 2013 Link to this post

    Hi Kjell,

    Currently Graphite is using an older version of JustCode and the code analysis in it does not respect that css property. We would be updating to the latest version in our next update, so it would not be shown as invalid, you can ignore that for the time being.

    As for the mobile platforms themselves, both iOS and Android seem to be supporting the pointer-events property, see this compatibility table.

    Regards,
    Steve
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  3. Kjell
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    Posted 17 Dec 2013 Link to this post

    It doesn't work as expected, when I set it the event does not fire on the appointment or the cell.  If I touch the cell area below the appointment then the cell touch fires as expected.  I think this is maybe because in the DOM tree the appointments aren't actually children of the calendar cells.
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