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  • I have a dialog object that contains a lot of data for disclosure statements. The user will need to scroll to the bottom of the document, at which point the 'disagree' and 'agree' options will be eligible to click. Does anyone know how to hook...
    I have a dialog object that contains a lot of data for disclosure statements. The user will need to scroll to the bottom of the document, at which point the 'disagree' and 'agree' options will be eligible to click. Does anyone know how to hook into the scroll event of the dialog box so that I can calculate when they scroll to the bottom of that dialog?

    I got this to work on a regular page when I could hook into the window.onscroll event as follows. This however does not work with a dialog object because I am not scrolling in the window anymore, but rather the dialog object.

    window.onscroll = function() {
    var totalPageHeight = document.body.scrollHeight;

    var scrollPoint = window.scrollY + window.innerHeight;

    // check if we hit the bottom of the page
    if(scrollPoint >= totalPageHeight){
    console.log("at the bottomz");
    data.isScrollBottom = true;
    }
    }
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  • I was able to hook onto the window scrolling event and detect a scroll to the bottom of the page with the following code. However, I need to detect a scroll in a dialog object, and I am unable to hook onto the scroll event in the dialog. I think I'll post a new question for this issue, though...
    I was able to hook onto the window scrolling event and detect a scroll to the bottom of the page with the following code. However, I need to detect a scroll in a dialog object, and I am unable to hook onto the scroll event in the dialog. I think I'll post a new question for this issue, though I am guessing this might not have an straight forward solution.

    window.onscroll = function() {
    console.log("scrolling.....");
    // @var int totalPageHeight
    var totalPageHeight = document.body.scrollHeight;
    console.log("totalPageHeight = " + totalPageHeight);

    // @var int scrollPoint
    var scrollPoint = window.scrollY + window.innerHeight;
    console.log("scrollPoint = " + scrollPoint);

    // check if we hit the bottom of the page
    if(scrollPoint >= totalPageHeight){
    console.log("at the bottomz");
    data.isScrollBottom = true;
    }
    }
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  • I have an 'accept' and a 'decline' button inside of a sticky panel. I am defaulting these buttons to 'disabled'. I would like to enable these buttons once the user scrolls to the bottom of the page.

    Is there some sort of event I can hook...
    I have an 'accept' and a 'decline' button inside of a sticky panel. I am defaulting these buttons to 'disabled'. I would like to enable these buttons once the user scrolls to the bottom of the page.

    Is there some sort of event I can hook into in order to detect when a user scrolls to the bottom of the page? If I can detect this action, it will allow me to enable the accept and decline buttons.
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  • I have tried using this rest api and can create new parameters. When I try to use PUT to update a parameter I get a json response back that indicates the parameter was updated, it shows lastModifiedAt and lastModifiedBy properties that are correct. However, when I look at the service in TM...
    I have tried using this rest api and can create new parameters. When I try to use PUT to update a parameter I get a json response back that indicates the parameter was updated, it shows lastModifiedAt and lastModifiedBy properties that are correct. However, when I look at the service in TM nothing has changed, the parameter retains all of it's original values. This is TM 5.1.10, was there a bug with this at any stage?
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