I have 2 menus, left and right. On the start view I want both menus to be swipe/draggable. But on all other views I don’t want the right menu to be draggable. Using $ionicSideMenuDelegate Im only able to disable both menus with canDragContent(false);
What’s the Ionic way to accomplish this?
To achieve this you’ll have to use the
<ion-side-menu side="right" delegate-handle="right-menu">
In your controller:
I can’t get it to work with $getByHandle.
Delegate for handle "right-menu" could not find a corresponding element with delegate-handle="right-menu"! canDragContent() was not called!
Possible cause: If you are calling canDragContent() immediately, and your element with delegate-handle="right-menu" is a child of your controller, then your element may not be compiled yet. Put a $timeout around your call to canDragContent() and try again.
If I put delegate-handle directive in ion-side-menus instead of ion-side-menu this message don’t occur but it doesn’t help me disable only the right menu.
What am I doing wrong?
It seems like the
delegate-handle is meant for the parent
<ion-side-menus>, so I’m not sure how you can target only one menu within that instance.
hello there, right now I am developing an app using ionic and it would really be a lot of help if there is an existing way to easily solve this now? thanks in advance.
any update about this?
A possible solution is use on-drag-left=“foo()” in .
I say this:
With foo function:
$scope.foo = function ()
if(you stay in start view)
You must check in the function that view are you in each moment.