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From "Denis Bohm" <de...@fireflydesign.com>
Subject Re: grab DOM event?
Date Fri, 05 Sep 2003 17:29:26 GMT
> > 2) No mouse events are dispatched when the mouse is moved over areas in
> > canvas that don't have any elements drawn.  The worst case here is that
> > mouse releases are lost if done in one of these areas.
>    Sure but this is easily fixed by putting a non-rendered rectangle
> all the content.

What happens when the JSVGCanvas isn't the exact same aspect ratio as the
document?  Then the rectangle doesn't cover all of the canvas and the
problem comes back?

> > 3) If you press the mouse within the JSVGCanvas, then drag outside the
> > canvas, then release the mouse - the release is not dispatched.
> > The last point seems like something that can't be worked around and
> > use some handling in JSVGCanvas to pass the release event on - maybe
> > the target being the document or root element?  The spec doesn't seem to
> > anything about this kind of situation, or does it?
>    You should always recieve a mouseout event with a 'null' relatedTarget
> in this case.  I don't think the SVG Specification deals with this

Getting a mouseout event doesn't really help me.  I don't want to cancel the
operation based on mouseout as the user could drag the mouse back into the
window and then release.  I really need to get a mouseup and I don't seem to
be getting one right now.  Should I get a mouseup with a null relatedTarget?

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