We have implemented Kendo map inside panel bar using MvvM.
sometimes, aproximetly 70% of the cases, when we want to move the map viewpoint. The "click" event is fired instead of "pan" event.
We tried to recreated it in dojo example (http://dojo.telerik.com/ulOja),
but we couldn't reproduce this behaviour, and we get another error (Uncaught TypeError: e.value is not a function).
Do you have any clue, that can help us in the right direction to solve this issue we have. We know, that it is not much information we can apply. So if you not just recognize the problem, and say, try to switch this attribute off, or something like that. May be you can point us in the right direction instead ?
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Apologies for the delayed reply. Up to the issues:
- ... when we want to move the map viewpoint. The "click" event is fired instead of "pan" event....
I am not quite sure what causes this problem and I am not able to reproduce it on my side (short screencast capture). Basically the click event fires when you click on the when the pan event fires while the map viewport is being moved;
-...we get another error (Uncaught TypeError: e.value is not a function)....
This error is caused by you are trying to value-bind the map which is not supported (documentation link). For your convenience here is the updated dojo.
Thank you for your reply, unfortunately we still have the issue. We have made a video, to describe our issue, because we couldn't reproduce it, as an dojo example.
Hope that you can give us some suggestions of what we can do about it.
Thanks in advance
I discussed this case with my colleagues and can confirm this is not a known issue. Unfortunately without reproducing the problem locally we can only guess what causes it. As a suggestion, you could try removing files / rules and check if this will help. If not, is it possible to send an isolated runnable example which we could test on our side?
Thank you for your answer.
First we tried by removing css, it didn’t help.
Finally we managed to solve our issue by ignoring ‘img’ selector in sortable panelBar.
That did the trick.
Thank you for the feedback - I am glad to hear that the issue has been resolved.