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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #7359, comment 6


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Nov 2, 2010, 1:49:53 PM (11 years ago)
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jitter
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  • Ticket #7359, comment 6

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    44Hmm, I don't think this should become an enhancement to the jQuery Core.
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    6 The proxy divs work well enough if you really need this. But I feel this to be too intrusive to include in general.
     6The proxy divs work well enough if you really need this. But I feel this to be too intrusive to include it in general. A jQuery plugin IMO is the right way to handle this.
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    8 A jQuery plugin IMO is the right way to handle this.
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     10Also this only works if you want to catch the event high up in the DOM tree (document, body, html). It doesn't solve the problem of binding an event directly to the disabled element e.g. `$("input:disabled").bind("mousemove", function() { ... })` won't work. For this the proxy divs would need to trigger the event-handler bound to the disabled element.