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    Hey,

    is there an event that is like the blur event just for an actionsheet?

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    The actionsheet doesn't have a blur (or focus) event. You want to know when it has been hidden?
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    No i want when the user select something what is not in the actionsheet that the actionsheet is hidden. I know that i can check where the user puts his finger but i thought maybe there is an easier way

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    +1 for this. It'd be nice if the user can just dismiss the sheet by clicking on the sheet mask. Feature request?

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    Definitely +1! Maybe there's a way to do this at the moment?

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