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Hello, I have this issue (https://www.dropbox.com/s/01qosu0to3p995j/IMG_EE10CCA84F8B-1.jpeg) with the modals on the Angular 5 version running on Safari + iOs 11 can u help me please?
Hi, please follow this instructions to solve this
1- Edit file src/app/layout/layout.component.scss
2- Scroll to line 26 and comment/remove the following rule (.main-container class)
-webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch;
3- Save and reload

The rule seems to be generating a new stacking context that breaks the layout order on ios devices. The cons of this solution is that it disable the smooth scrolling of the content area. Actually, the issue occurs because the ngx-bootstrap module doesn't inject the modal as a body child, there seems to be a workaround for this but for the moment we couldn't find a good documentation of how to achieve that.

Let us know if you have any question
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Works very well, Thank you so much :)
Great template but I do have a question. I'm running into issues with Gulp not compiling angular code after I update it. How should I address this?
For a little bit of added context, I did manage to force Gulp to recompile after performing a git checkout and pull (this didnt overwrite any of my angular changes).
Hi, could you post the log with error messages so we can check it? In case you have updated the dependencies versions please consider that some issues may arise since the project was developed and tested only with the version provided in the downloaded package.
Regarding to git, there's no relation with it when using gulp, meaning, when you install deps from bower and/or npm GIT is required in your system, but when you use gulp, it should only use the files installed without needing to use git for any tasks.

I'm not getting error messages, Gulp just isn't compiling my angular code into the app.js file
Gulp is configured to concat all js files inside "components" folder into app.js file, maybe the file is outside that folder? If not the case, try running the command "gulp clean" (this will delete files inside "app" folder) and the run "gulp serve" again which will compile the entire application from scratch.
There's a case that when you run Gulp and then create a new file, gulp doesn't see that new files and it's never added to the app.js, in this case there's not more option than creating first the new files and then run gulp tasks.


I would like to add schedule, Could you recommend ?

Hello, could show us an example of what you need? Any other implementation or plugin that you know perform the same tasks you want?
For example, if you google jQuery schedule you will find a plugin that schedule dom actions but no sure if it was you are looking for.

Hi, I'm a beginner and I purchased this because of the design. Now I want to use this for my personal project using Angular 5. Any procedure on how can I import this ?
Hi, unfortunately there's not method to import the design or separated components into another project. This template was designed to build your application on top of it and not to integrate with another application, meaning, if you have separated components already created you can try to add them to the existing structure of the template with routes, views, etc. But if your application relies on an existing layout and structure, it's necessary to adapt it the structure of the template, otherwise you won't be able to compile the files correctly.


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