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Google Maps API - Make Polygon un-clickable

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Please let me know how I can make a Polygon created using Google Maps API un-clickable.

Thanks!
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It actually is clickable - the icon changes when u hover over it.

I figured out how this can be done - there's a property called clickable to false.
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It works!
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