2.1.8 [DOM Level 2 - Events] Section 1.6.1, User Interface event types

V0025:

The specification states:

 A DOM application may use the hasFeature(feature, version) method of the 
 DOMImplementation interface with parameter values "UIEvents" and "2.0" 
 (respectively) to determine whether or not the User Interface event module is 
 supported by the implementation. In order to fully support this module, an 
 implementation must also support the "Events" feature defined in this specification 
 and the "Views" feature defined in the DOM Level 2 Views specification [DOM Level 2 Views].

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The hasFeature(sFeature [, vVersion]) method does not recognize UIEvents as a valid value for sFeature or 2.0 as a valid value for vVersion.

V0026:

The specification describes the UIEvent interface.

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The UIEvent interface is not supported.

V0027:

The specification describes the following attributes of the UIEvent interface:

 detail of type long, readonly
 Specifies some detail information about the Event, depending on the type of event.
  
 view of type views::AbstractView, readonly
 The view attribute identifies the AbstractView from which the event was generated.

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The detail and view attributes are not supported.

V0028:

The specification describes the initUIEvent method of the UIEvent interface.

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The following variations apply:

  • The initUIEvent method is not supported.

  • Event object properties are read-only after the fireEvent method is called.

V0029:

The specification describes the DOMActivate event of the UIEvent interface:

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The DOMFocusIn event is not supported. The focusin event is similar.

V0030:

The specification states:

 DOMFocusOut
 The DOMFocusOut event occurs when a EventTarget loses focus, for instance via a 
 pointing device being moved out of an element or by tabbing navigation out of the 
 element. Unlike the HTML event blur, DOMFocusOut can be applied to any focusable 
 EventTarget, not just FORM controls.
  
 Bubbles: Yes
 Cancelable: No
 Context Info: None

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The DOMFocusOut event is not supported. The focusout event is similar.

V0031:

The specification states:

 DOMActivate
 The activate event occurs when an element is activated, for instance, thru a mouse 
 click or a keypress. A numerical argument is provided to give an indication of the 
 type of activation that occurs: 1 for a simple activation (e.g. a simple click or 
 Enter), 2 for hyperactivation (for instance a double click or Shift Enter). 
  
 Bubbles: Yes
 Cancelable: Yes
 Context Info: detail (the numerical value)

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The DOMActivate event is not supported. The click event is similar.

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