2.2.2 [SVG11] Section 16.6. The 'pointer-events' property

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The specification states:

 The ‘pointer-events’ property specifies under what circumstances a given graphics
 element can be the target element for a pointer event.

IE9 Mode, IE10 Mode, IE11 Mode, and EdgeHTML Mode (All Versions)

The pointer-events CSS property can be set to auto. This has the same effect as if it was set to visiblePainted.

IE11 Mode, and EdgeHTML Mode (All Versions)

The pointer-events CSS property now applies to HTML elements. The value of none indicates that the element will not receive pointer events. For visiblePainted, visibleFill, visibleStroke, visible, painted, fill, stroke, all, and auto, the element receives pointer events normally.

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