navigateNext no longer gets stuck on first stack when looping is enabled

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Hakim El Hattab 5 years ago
parent d5f4edeeef
commit 325162692e

@ -4410,7 +4410,17 @@
// Prioritize revealing fragments
if( nextFragment() === false ) {
if( availableRoutes().down ) {
var routes = availableRoutes();
// When looping is enabled `routes.down` is always available
// so we need a separate check for when we've reached the
// end of a stack and should move horizontally
if( routes.down && routes.right && config.loop && Reveal.isLastVerticalSlide( currentSlide ) ) {
routes.down = false;
}
if( routes.down ) {
navigateDown();
}
else if( config.rtl ) {
@ -5300,7 +5310,7 @@
// Returns true if we're currently on the last slide
isLastSlide: function() {
if( currentSlide ) {
// Does this slide has next a sibling?
// Does this slide have a next sibling?
if( currentSlide.nextElementSibling ) return false;
// If it's vertical, does its parent have a next sibling?
@ -5312,6 +5322,19 @@
return false;
},
// Returns true if we're on the last slide in the current
// vertical stack
isLastVerticalSlide: function() {
if( currentSlide && isVerticalSlide( currentSlide ) ) {
// Does this slide have a next sibling?
if( currentSlide.nextElementSibling ) return false;
return true;
}
return false;
},
// Checks if reveal.js has been loaded and is ready for use
isReady: function() {
return loaded;

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