Barrio: Not checking for this header
Asman: Itaipu: you can have the server enable CORS by replying with the proper cors headers. it’s not a trick 😛
Fageraes: I have an API that basically allows me to store an X, Y coordinate with a width and height in FRACTIONS of the page size, so not actual units — what’s the best way to display pdf do***ents to a user and have them view where the rectangles are placed, and also draw their own so i can save them via api?
Alattar: Although jquery may have a library hmmmmm
Willyard: Kegster: look for a plotter library
Appel: There is for both canvas and svg
Pizani: Cork, interesting. i found things like JCanvas, but it’s all drawn with the code
Bischel: Cork, when i look up plotter, i find things like charts, graphs, etc
Heck: Kegster: yes, and some of them has support for user interaction
Kanable: Raphaël.js is another lib you might want to look at
Goldberger: How do you even write a trema e
Goldberger: Do you have a key or trema ¨ or do use like alt-keycode
Appana: Depends on your layout obviously, on mine it’s ¨+e 😀
Goldberger: Oh so there’s a key for it
Goldberger: I got äöü and all kinds of accents, but not trema ¨
Belloso: Cork, i saw that but it was frehand
Ihm: That sounds like a lonely game
Ihm: No one clapped for that? guess your playing freehand
Ihm: I can’t see any bart picture and not start singing the bartman
Gehr: Hey there. I’m having a strange problem on IE8 where the jQuery.camelCase method is being called by jQuery seemingly from trying to apply CSS properties on an undefined value when it is expecting a string. This is causing an undesired error on the page. Has anyone has this problem before?
Heaps: I’m trying http://loopj.com/jquery-simple-slider/ but moving outside of the window while grabbing the slider, the slider gets stuck to the mouse, as if it were being dragged, but the button-up event happened outside the window, until clicking on the slider again
Dorion: Is it a problem with this plugin or jquery sliders in general?
Dargin: Ideally I’d like a slider that behaves such that when grabbed, the slider follows the mouse even if the mouse cursor isn’t directly over the slider element
Brender: Also after moving the slider to 0 it gets stuck
Porto: Stuck = behaving as if it were grabbed when no mouse buttons are clicked
Friede: Ah, only happens if the slider is close to the left side of the window, same deal, mouse button-up happens on the border of the window
Bermeo: How much resource does it take to say ifmyvariable != null ?
Ihm: What do you mean ‘resource’?
Ihm: Soreau: it’s probably something to do with the mouse being released outside the window so there is no mouseup event
Mund: Ihm: Are there enter/leave events?
Ihm: I’m looking to see if there is an event when the mouse leaves the browser window
Boquet: Seems like this is an issue with the underlying implementation
Ihm: Https://jsfiddle.net/maayt993/ you could use mouseleave
Ihm: Yeah, it’s a potential bug
Ihm: If your inclined to do so, you could open an issue on the github
Stickel: I guess it would be undesired behavior to be dragging the slider and accidentally go outside the window and suddenly it’s not grabbed even though there was no mouseup
Ihm: Possibly. as it is to correct it you just click
Ihm: And if your using this element mainly on mobile devices, probably a mute point
Mccloud: It would probably need to track the state of the buttons upon leaving and entering, if there is a button clicked on leaving, upon entering it would need to do nothing if a button is clicked, otherwise ungrab