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    Default Carousel - directionLock

    Hey, it seems that directionLock isn't a default parameter for Carousels. Was attempting to add my code to the scrollable that's available and wondering why it wasn't working.

    It seems you have to add the directionLock directly to the Carousel object.

    Thanks, Dom

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    Hey Dom -

    Can you give us explicit steps as to what you are trying to do and what is wrong?
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    Sorry. I made sense in my head

    On a carousel component, "directionLock' isn't in the list of properties on the right hand side. It's quite annoying to use the carousel without the directionLock.

    I was trying to add it to scrollable and failing until I read documentation and saw that directionLock is property inside the carousel component and not scrollable.

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