Opened 5 years ago

Last modified 5 years ago

#15252 new bug

Resizable is too greedy during create

Reported by: Joe T Owned by:
Priority: minor Milestone: none
Component: ui.resizable Version: 1.12.1
Keywords: Cc:
Blocked by: Blocking:

Description (last modified by Joe T)

This is fairly straightforward and easy to spot. In fact, a similar bug was fixed at some point in the same function. i don't see any open bugs for it, nor any PRs on Github. It doesn't require anything special to reproduce.

In the Resizable _setupHandles() function, this line (322):

this._handles = this._handles.add( this.element.find( ".ui-resizable-handle" ) );

The find() call makes the widget too greedy. A previous change converted an element selection using context into a more specific children() selection:

this.handles[ i ] = this.element.children( this.handles[ i ] ).first().show();

// Used to be something like
this.handles[i] = $(this.handles[i], this.element);

and the line above should be doing the equivalent.

Demonstration of the problem is fairly easy: create one resizable inside another, initializing the inner one first. On the outer one, set the autoHide option, which is dealt with after this._handles is collected in the problem line above.

Additional side effects include sending extra descendant nodes from interior Resizables through disableSelection() and adding a redundant mouseover handler. The more nested Resizables, the worse this gets.

The fix should be very simple (change find() to children()), so if this issue is verified, i can submit a PR for it, or someone who's already signed on as a contributor can take it.

Change History (1)

comment:1 Changed 5 years ago by Joe T

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