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Bug: React and Draggable input onChange event

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I'm trying to create a draggable slideshow with checkboxes inside.
It seems that the event is not propagated if a Draggable is created (as you can see in the codepen example).

Can somebody help me with this issue?

 

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Don't dragClickables...

 

Draggable.create(document.getElementById("wrapper"), {
  type: 'x',
  // dragClickables: true,
  throwProps: true,
  bounds: document.getElementById("container")
});

 

And set your labels as clickable...

 

<li key="1"><label data-clickable="true"><input type="checkbox" onChange={this.handleChange}/>Check1</label></li>
<li key="2"><label data-clickable="true"><input type="checkbox" onChange={this.handleChange}/>Check2</label></li>
<li key="3"><label data-clickable="true"><input type="checkbox" onChange={this.handleChange}/>Check3</label></li>

 

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For that you might be better off listening for clicks on the label...

 

<li key="1"><label onClick={e => this.handleChange("check1")}><input name="check1" type="checkbox"/>Check1</label></li>

 

 

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