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#15027 notabug "dist" folder not created while doing a npm install santa
Description

Hi Team,

https://www.npmjs.com/package/jquery-ui

Followed the steps, npm install jquery-ui --save

But, the extracted node_modules/jquery-ui/ doesn't have dist folder.

How do I access the core minified file?

Do I need to alway do import 'jquery-ui/themes/base/datepicker.css'; import 'jquery-ui/ui/widgets/datepicker.js';

to get a datepicker widget?

please correct me if am wrong? As a simple --> import 'jquery-ui'; is not working for me.

#4288 notabug "element" and "options" removed from $ui.droppable.ui() return NJBR
Description

It appears that "element" and "options" properties were removed from the returned object of $ui.droppable in version 1.6rc6 and now in 1.7. Returning this information to methods such as "drop","over", "out" ... seems beneficial. I propose that this and the "options" properties get added back in.

1.6rc5:

ui: function(c) {

return {

draggable: (c.currentItem
c.element),

helper: c.helper, position: c.position, absolutePosition: c.positionAbs, options: this.options, element: this.element

};

}

1.7

ui: function(c) {

return {

draggable: (c.currentItem
c.element),

helper: c.helper, position: c.position, absolutePosition: c.positionAbs, deprecated offset: c.positionAbs

};

}

#8190 duplicate "in" or "within" attribute displague
Description

JQuery UI positions could be enhanced with an "in" or "within" attribute.

This attribute would augment the existing keywords to allow positioning to a specific item (my) within a container (within).

The typical windowed slider could easily be positioned as

<div id="window">
  <ul id="slider">
    <li>Item 1</li>
    <li class="selected">Item 2</li>
    <li>Item 3</li>
  </ul>
</div>

<script>
$('#slider .selected').position({
  my:'center top',
  at:'center top',
  of: $('#window'),
  within: $('#slider')
})
</script>
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