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Changes between Initial Version and Version 2 of Ticket #10618


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Timestamp:
Oct 29, 2011, 7:06:44 PM (9 years ago)
Author:
Rick Waldron
Comment:

Judging by the OP's own admission, this seems like more code then it's actually worth. I'm going to cc Dave Methvin to weigh in

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  • Ticket #10618

    • Property Cc dmethvin added
    • Property Priority changed from undecided to low
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  • Ticket #10618 – Description

    initial v2  
    44The the same is partially true in IE (at least IE 8 - I've not tested in IE 9 or IE 10), in that the events are not fired when the page is scrolled, it does not have to be a mousemove event that triggers the events to fire. For example, it could be another scroll of the wheel, or pressing the Caps Lock key.
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    6 I've tested with both jQuery v1.6.4 ( http://jsfiddle.net/G4wtd/7/ ) and v1.7 pre-live from Git ( http://jsfiddle.net/G4wtd/8/ ).
     6I've tested with both jQuery v1.6.4 (  ) and v1.7 pre-live from Git ( ).
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    88To see the issue, place the mouse over any of the div elements and scroll up or down using the mouse wheel. In IE, the highlighting works while you continue to scroll. In the latest Chrome and Safari for OSX, it does not. Interestingly, the highlighting does work in the lastest Fx and Opera for OSX, but as this is not true of all browsers, I'm guessing it's down to their event handling rather than jQuery doing something special.