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angular.module tooltip, how do I hide it from a div element click?

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if i have a inner div inside of the code below that when clicked how can i hide the element?  
angular.module("template/tooltip/tooltip-html-unsafe-popup.html", []).run(["$templateCache", function($templateCache) {
  $templateCache.put("template/tooltip/tooltip-html-unsafe-popup.html",
    "<div class=\"tooltip {{placement}}\" ng-class=\"{ in: isOpen(), fade: animation() }\">\n" +
    "  <div class=\"tooltip-arrow\"></div>\n" +
    "  <div class=\"tooltip-inner\" ng-bind-html-unsafe=\"getToolTipHtml()\"></div>\n" +
    "</div>\n" +
    "");
}]);
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Alexandre Simões earned 500 total points
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Why don't you just do a proper directive and have full control over both tooltip and attached element?

For instance, you can create your own 'title' directive that attaches to all elements with the title attribute and "overrides" the default browser behavior.
If your tooltips are more complex with html inside other than just text, the directive can detect actions in both tooltip and attached html element.

I can also see there a pack of functions like, isOpen(), animation(), getToolTipHtml()... where are you declaring them? In some sort of MainController outside the module context?

Again, with a directive you'll be able to encapsulate all the logic in one single place, passing in the information instead of expecting things to exist exist outside.
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