Despite searching all evening, I still haven't found a solution to this.  I have the following layout in the DOM:  <div class="kort_miðja_úti">   <iframe class="kort_miðja" frameborder="0" width="100%"...
tldr; I need an element to register drag and drop pointer events, but pass click and other pointer events to elements behind it.  I am building a drag and drop photo upload feature in react using react-dropzone. I want the dropzone to be over the who...
I have this pen:  https://codepen.io/anon/pen/eyKeqK  If you try it on a touch-screen device (f.e. visit the pen on your phone) you'll notice that when you drag, the white light (the little sphere) only moves for a tiny bit then it stops working....
I'm trying to implement a drag-like functionality using the next pattern:   Subscribe to marker Pointer Down event. When Down event fires subscribe to Window Pointer Move and Up events and remove marker. Perform some actions while Move. When Up e...
I want to disable all mouse events except click, I have this:  .info {     -webkit-transform: rotate3d(1, 0, 0, 90deg);     transform: rotate3d(1, 0, 0, 90deg);     width: 100%;     height: 100%;     padding: 20px;     position: absolute;     top: 0;...
Using pointer events, I can't find the right event to trigger for finger-based touches on smartphones (tested with Chrome Android and Chrome Devtools with mobile emulation).  What I need: A "hover" event if you touch action passes through...
http://jsfiddle.net/aintnobody/0L1yumpe/  vs the same code on  http://www.aintnobodymusic.com/monkey  The issue:  On the fiddle, everything works as it should.  The image above in all cases is ignored via pointer-events: none, and the click passes th...
I'm trying to setup pointer events cross-browser. Now, most browser support it already, but safari on iOs doesn't. So I'm trying to polyfill this with pep-js without much success. Here is my test-code:  <!DOCTYPE html> <html>...
What is the best way to handle touch/pointer events on a surface tablet? I find its behavior quite confusing.  I wrote a script that just set all the event handlers to figure out how the events are fired (setting native event handlers, using jQuery f...
What I'm trying to do is have a block(let's call it .top) that is fixed and another block(let's call this one .content), that, when scrolling, goes over .top, this all while retaining everything that .top contains clickable.  Now there ar...

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