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 Author Mikael Svenson  Views 1395 View Original Article

I’m building out a custom form for a customer using AngularJS and Office UI Fabric. And I’m using the ng-officeuifabric directives to do so. In my case I needed a multi-line text field. When I started out my project multi-line had not yet been implemented in the <uif-textfield> directive so I went with the markup directly from Office UI Fabric instead. Along the way multi-line support got added, but there was an issue that if you clicked within the textbox on the label, the control did no…
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