ClientState hidden input, iOS 7

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  1. Micah
    Micah avatar
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    Feb 2014

    Posted 10 Feb 2014 Link to this post

    On the tab strip (I believe - I'm new to telerik controls), there is a hidden input that stores client-side data - the selected index and a 'changeLog'. In IE10, it works just fine. However, on the iPad with iOS7, that hidden element is SELECTABLE. If the user happens to tap the area where that hidden input is, the keyboard pops up and the user has the option of copy the contents of the input.
    Is there a way to move that input somewhere else - off screen for example?

    We are not using a specific site for mobile devices.
  2. Dimitar
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    Posted 13 Feb 2014 Link to this post

    Hello Micah,

    Unfortunately, I couldn't replicate the RadTabStrip input issue with iOS7 iPad. I have tested a simple RadTabStrip scenario and I tried both Safari and Chrome browsers. On my side the input is unselectable, unless I explicitly change its type attribute from "hidden" to "visible".

    Just to double check  that you are referring RadTabStrip control, you can find RadTabStrip demos and their source code here.

    In order to assist you in the most efficient way I would kindly suggest that you provide a very simplified runnable project that demonstrates the behavior that you describe. Thus we could test it locally and determine what might be causing the issue that you are experiencing.

    Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

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