Boolean if the tooltip is using the dense spec. This will reduce the padding, margin and font size for the tooltip and is usually used for desktop displays.
The amount of spacing to use for a dense tooltip. This is the distance between the container element and the tooltip.
react-md provides mixins to automatically apply a dense spec
through mixins via media queries, the dense spec might be applied in css
instead of in JS. This component will actually check the current spacing
amount that has been applied when the tooltip becomes visible.
If this behavior is not desired, you can enable this prop and it will only
use the provided
denseSpacing props based on the
Note: This will be defaulted to
true when the
process.env.NODE_ENV === 'test' since test environments normally don't
have a default
window.getComputedStyle value that is not
which will display errors in your tests.
Boolean if the auto-swapping behavior should be disabled. When this value
undefined, it'll be treated as
true when the
position prop is
The amount of spacing to use for a non-dense tooltip. This is the distance between the container element and the tooltip.
An optional style object to merge and override the generated fixed positioning styles.
This is the viewport height margin to use in the positioning calculation. This is just used so that the tooltip can be placed with some spacing between the top and bottom edges of the viewport if desired.
This is the viewport width margin to use in the positioning calculation. This is just used so that the tooltip can be placed with some spacing between the left and right edges of the viewport if desired.
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