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Thomas Frobieter commented on Marco Zink's post 14 days

Updated from latest https://github.com/foundation/foundation-sites
Now it works!

Thomas Frobieter commented on Marco Zink's post 14 days

Sorry for bringing up this old issue, but we have the same problem

Thomas Frobieter commented on Donny Oexman's post about 1 year

Ouh this hurts facepalm.
If you read the docs carefully, you will see the required files are:

    foundation.core.js
    foundation.magellan.js
        With utility library foundation.smoothScroll.js

If you have already added the whole bundle >> foundation.js / foundation.min.js, you already have magellan (& smooth scrolling) onboard.
If you add a plugin a second time, this error appears.

Thomas Frobieter commented on Donny Oexman's post about 1 year

+1 Trying to use magellan for an onepage menu, the error appears twice, first from foundation.smoothScroll.min.js, seond from foundation.magellan.min.js.
No matter if i use data-attributes or creat a new instance in javascript:

var onepageAnchorMenu = new Foundation.Magellan($anchorMenu);

The scripts are implemented in the right order:

foundation.min.js
foundation.smoothScroll.min.js
foundation.magellan.min.js

Thomas Frobieter commented on Mary's post about 2 years

Thank you @Carlo Vinci - seems to be the best solution to me, cause it doesn't harm the regular menu behavoir.

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You commented on Marco Zink's post 14 days

Updated from latest https://github.com/foundation/foundation-sites
Now it works!

You commented on Marco Zink's post 14 days

Sorry for bringing up this old issue, but we have the same problem

You commented on Donny Oexman's post about 1 year

Ouh this hurts facepalm.
If you read the docs carefully, you will see the required files are:

    foundation.core.js
    foundation.magellan.js
        With utility library foundation.smoothScroll.js

If you have already added the whole bundle >> foundation.js / foundation.min.js, you already have magellan (& smooth scrolling) onboard.
If you add a plugin a second time, this error appears.

You commented on Donny Oexman's post about 1 year

+1 Trying to use magellan for an onepage menu, the error appears twice, first from foundation.smoothScroll.min.js, seond from foundation.magellan.min.js.
No matter if i use data-attributes or creat a new instance in javascript:

var onepageAnchorMenu = new Foundation.Magellan($anchorMenu);

The scripts are implemented in the right order:

foundation.min.js
foundation.smoothScroll.min.js
foundation.magellan.min.js

You commented on Mary's post about 2 years

Thank you @Carlo Vinci - seems to be the best solution to me, cause it doesn't harm the regular menu behavoir.

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