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To Click or to OnClick (in UX Components)

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  • To Click or to OnClick (in UX Components)

    Hi All,

    The properties for buttons etc in the new UX component has 2 sections for JavaScript, JavaScript (Touch, Mouse, Pointer etc) and the same as V11. For a typical click event which do I use and why. I tried putting a simple Alert(); in both Click and OnCLick and on my iPad 2 sometimes only the V11 OnClick would fire sometimes both Click and OnClick would fire. Could someone please clarify how to use these 2 sets of JavaScript events appropriately.

    Thanks
    Peter

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    Re: To Click or to OnClick (in UX Components)

    Touch, Mouse, Pointer etc.
    I think you will find this is mainly for the use in mobile devices using AA (v12) it does not have a delay once clicked or touched. In V11 it my be better to stay with the older option.
    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
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      Re: To Click or to OnClick (in UX Components)

      The click event is specifically intended for touch enabled devices but will also work for other devices. click waits a few milliseconds before it fires and during that delay it tries to figure out if there was a movement as well. If there was a movement as well then the user did not click (touch) but rather initiated a swipe for example. You should not use both at the same time. I don't remember if it was in a video of during the last tech briefing in Burlington that I hears Selwyn say that he no longer would use onclick (it's just there for legacy compatibility reasons)
      Frank

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        Re: To Click or to OnClick (in UX Components)

        Sort of in line with this discussion:

        I am using javascript to fire a click event on an object, so:

        myobjectname.click() ;

        This works fine in windows - the script in the click event of myobjectname fires, but it does not fire when I try to run the same code on a mobile device.

        How should I change the code so that the click event will fire whether I am clicking with a mouse or touching on a touchscreen?

        Note: I am not running script that is in the onclick() event - I am trying to click the object so that it will fire a pre-set lookup automatically. The code is inherent in the object, and, like I said, not firing on a mobile device.

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