Without “data-tap-disabled=‘true’” and by programmatically opening an infowindow containing an ‘ng-click’, the click event fires like it should. I understand that ‘data-tap-disabled’ applies to the element to which it is affixed and all of its children. Consequently, I believe that the fix requires a method to stop its application once it encounters a child element with “data-tap-disabled=‘false’” (for instance). I have logged the issue on github here: https://github.com/driftyco/ionic/issues/1505
Do you mean you lose scroll on the list below? (as the scroll on the map works fine for me in my android phone), I can also scroll the list by scrolling the page… So I assume your trying to get the list to scroll independently??
I don’t think you can do what you want to do (which I want to do too) which is split the window into content at the top with independently scrollable content at the bottom where the screen does not expand vertically. I can think of a hugely hacky way of doing this with absolute positioning but the code would be just horrible.
With our new releases happening weekly now, this feature is no longer considered a “breaking change” by us. But this does bring up a good point, repeat questions are becoming all too common.
I highly suggest that everyone should search the forum for anything first before posting questions.
I tried to add scroll=“false” to my ion-content and add data-tap-disabled=“true” to my map’s div with no luck.
I still have same problem. Marker’s click event works fine on browser but not in my android device.