reopened → closed
Duplicate of #3115.Just for bookeeping, this is a dup.
We can't fire jQuery events because the native DOM doesn't call its handlers when you call the DOM
form.submit() method. That's the way it works. There is no event we receive that would allow us to run the attached handlers.
You can run the handlers without submitting again via
.triggerHandler("submit") if you can find a place to put it.
It's not mentioned in the docs because if you use jQuery it works fine via either
.trigger("submit") or the
If you use the native DOM methods underneath us, we can't always control what they do. Not sure how many places we can put information like that.