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  1. Hello everybody I'm working on a media gallery that uses Draggable ('rotation') to navigate. It is has many dependencies. Therefore it's hard to reproduce a simple codepen version. But perhaps the problem rings any bells here: Firefox refuses to handle clicks/touches correctly inside the Draggable and its sub-elements. It is ONLY FIREFOX - on all platforms. I never thought I would ever say this but: “Even IE works fine!”. My desired Draggable settings are: a. dragClickables:true, b. allowEventDefault:false, I get a <button> element work when I change a or b or both. Whereas <button data-clickable =”true”> does not help at all. Whatever I do, the controls of a nested <video> never work in Firefox. Although the video works. It can be started with a right-click. It is only the 'click' event. All other events work (rollover, mousedown...). Even the 'click' partly works. An addEventListener ('click', funct) fires. But at the same time the CSS :active is ignored. The script works like a charm in all other target browsers. Even on the iPhone the videos (or better their stills) smoothly rotate and you can open them. When I disable( ) Draggable all comes back to life again. Has anyone ever experienced this kind of trouble in Firefox? Any hint is very appreciated.
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