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Elements disappearing upon re-write in dev mode [HMR]

See original GitHub issue

This is in no way a major priority since this is not an issue in a production environment.

I use nuxtjs and when in dev mode it takes advantage of webpack and HMR. A good amount of times when I save files and look to see the changes, elements that have v-in-viewport bound to them will disappear. I think this might be the components re-firing and possibly not detecting that they are still w/in the viewport. A refresh fixes this but it would be nice to not have to keep refreshing.

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  • State:open
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:8 (2 by maintainers)

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acidjazzcommented, Jun 28, 2019

one last note, scrolling away/back also brings it back

acidjazzcommented, Jun 28, 2019

versions installed:


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