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Hey, did you get my message about the sibling divs not being hidden after expiry? just saw lumi make an edit note about it on the event and figured you didn't see it or forgot since you didn't reply.
 
Hey, did you get my message about the sibling divs not being hidden after expiry? just saw lumi make an edit note about it on the event and figured you didn't see it or forgot since you didn't reply.
<pre>--link no longer relevant-- Could you do the same for the when the timer
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<pre>--link no longer relevant-- Could you do the same
expires? Then it should be perfect. Currently it seems to work fine for hiding
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for the when the timer expires? Then it should be perfect.
the timer before it exists which is great but it seems i need another hide
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Currently it seems to work fine for hiding the timer before
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it exists which is great but it seems i need another hide
 
trigger for when it expires to make this seamless.
 
trigger for when it expires to make this seamless.
   
 
To be fair, i didn't mention adding a hide command under
 
To be fair, i didn't mention adding a hide command under
"widget.remove();" (Note: I mean "widget.addClass("timewidget-hidden");"),
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"widget.remove();", just "widget.removeClass("timewidget-hidden");
just "widget.removeClass("timewidget-hidden");"</pre> <ac_metadata title="Timewidget (sibling divs on removal)"> </ac_metadata>
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(Note: I mean "widget.addClass("timewidget-hidden");")"</pre> <ac_metadata title="Timewidget (sibling divs on removal)"> </ac_metadata>

Latest revision as of 16:13, August 26, 2018

Hey, did you get my message about the sibling divs not being hidden after expiry? just saw lumi make an edit note about it on the event and figured you didn't see it or forgot since you didn't reply.

--link no longer relevant-- Could you do the same
for the when the timer expires? Then it should be perfect.
Currently it seems to work fine for hiding the timer before
it exists which is great but it seems i need another hide
trigger for when it expires to make this seamless.

To be fair, i didn't mention adding a hide command under
"widget.remove();", just "widget.removeClass("timewidget-hidden");
(Note: I mean "widget.addClass("timewidget-hidden");")"
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