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    • Jonathan Wilkes's avatar
      guard against Chromium's counter-intuitive mouseenter/mouseover/mousemove... · 46714d39
      Jonathan Wilkes authored
      guard against Chromium's counter-intuitive mouseenter/mouseover/mousemove events that get generated when a scroll event moves the element under the mouse
      Also, use "mousemove" instead of "mouseover" event as it properly highlights
      the element under the mouse even for single pixel mouse movements. "mouseover"
      would fail to highlight if the keyboard navigation had moved the highlight
      to a different element within view.
      These changes fix the problem of generating a chain of mouse events that
      would mess up keyboard navigation when the mouse pointer happened to be over
      the <ol>. These changes make the interaction between mouse and keyboard much
      more like what's expected in most GUI toolkits. (The only difference now is
      that the menu can't overflow the browser window, but there's nothing we can
      do about that.)
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