Changes between Initial Version and Version 3 of Ticket #10570


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Timestamp:
Dec 30, 2009, 5:52:17 AM (10 years ago)
Author:
bill
Comment:

Ah.... OK that makes sense, not sure why it's happening.

Firebug reports that the cursor is still "help". (I modified your test case to just do the simple thing you described.)

No idea how to fix this as it seems like a firefox bug.

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  • Ticket #10570

    • Property Priority changed from high to normal
    • Property Summary changed from Cursor support needed for dijit.Tooltips in Mozilla Firefox to Tooltip: element cursor changes to pointer when tooltip appears (FF)
  • Ticket #10570 – Description

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    1 In Firefox, when you hover over a dijit.Tooltip, the cursor automatically changes to the standard arrow, regardless of the cursor that has been defined in the style attribute for the body or element (i.e <body style="cursor:pointer">,<div style="cursor:pointer">).
     1In Firefox, when you hover over an element with a dijit.Tooltip, the cursor automatically changes to the standard arrow, regardless of the cursor that has been defined in the style attribute for the body or element (i.e <body style="cursor:pointer">,<div style="cursor:pointer">).
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    3 See attached tooltip.html to reproduce the issue.  If you hover over the tooltip in Firefox, you will notice that the cursor becomes the standard arrow and the pointer is not maintained. 
     3See attached tooltip.html to reproduce the issue.  If you hover over the element w/the tooltip in Firefox, you will notice that the cursor becomes the standard arrow and the pointer is not maintained. 
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    55Tried connecting to the open() method of tooltip, and then use setTimeout() to change the cursor style after the tooltip has been displayed, but no luck.
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    7 This issue does not happen in IE or Safari, but is a high priority issue because if you surround a dijit.Tooltip in a link, then when the user hovers over it, instead of a pointer, you get the arrow which is very confusing since the mouse is on a link.
     7This issue does not happen in IE or Safari, but is a high priority issue because if you attach a dijit.Tooltip to a link, then when the user hovers over it, instead of a pointer (ie, hand icon), you get the arrow which is very confusing since the mouse is on a link.
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