Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #7797


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Nov 11, 2008, 2:45:24 AM (11 years ago)
Author:
bill
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Adam, can you handle?

The obvious solution would be to setup a separate handler on each day node. Might be a performance hit though.

Alternately, maybe there's another property in the event object we can use, like evt.relatedTarget.

Or, could just ignore the event in the case that evt.target is null.

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  • Ticket #7797

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  • Ticket #7797 – Description

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    1 While trying to track down a diffrent IE6 error with the DateTimeTextBox, I found an issue with the event handling for the onDayClick function.
     1While trying to track down a diffrent IE6 error with the !DateTimeTextBox, I found an issue with the event handling for the onDayClick function.
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    33In IE6, if you click on a day, hold down the mouse button and drag the mouse to another day before releasing the button, an error will be generated in this function:
     
    2121Steps to reproduce:
    2222 1. In IE6 go to the test page: http://download.dojotoolkit.org/current-dev/dojo-release-1.2.0/dijit/tests/form/test_DateTextBox.html
    23  2. Click on any DateTimeTextBox to open the calendar.
     23 2. Click on any !DateTimeTextBox to open the calendar.
    2424 3. Click on a day, and hold down the mouse button.
    2525 4. Move the mouse to another day, and release.