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I am trying to find out the steps that are taking place when IE is changing a value due to a mouse over event. I am using WinDBG but am unable to figure out how to do this.
Even if its only for that particular instance, I am interested in how one goes about finding the variable... Do you have any suggestions please?
Not sure this even helps you, but if you are in Visual Studio, it comes with a script debugger, so you can go into IE and turn off "disable script debugging" in IE's advanced properties, and every scripting bug will be caught and it will pass issues to the debugger. I think you can also attach the debugger to your test page and trigger the script debugger that way and see whats happening. You can also turn off scripting completely in IE and you need to see how users without scripting see your site. Also, you can trigger many onmouseovers as non-DOM features, like hovers, focus, and active pseudo-class events using style sheets. The newest IE and Firefox I believe allow you to use these pseudo-classes on most html elements in the web page.
Monday, June 30, 2008
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