Assignee: asa → endico
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Component: Browser-General → firstname.lastname@example.org
Ever confirmed: true
Product: Browser → mozilla.org
QA Contact: asa → imajes
Version: Trunk → other
Sending to DOM HTML, this test needs to be written.
Assignee: endico → general
Component: email@example.com → DOM: HTML
Product: mozilla.org → Browser
QA Contact: imajes → ian
Version: other → Trunk
Now that I think about it... why should HTMLButtonElement have a handleEvent method? Should this test even exist?
The only handleEvent() method that exists in the DOM is on the EventListener method, and no elements are expected to implement that interface, so this seems like a bogus test to me.
15 years ago
Depends on: 226823
As far as I can see, NS 4.x handleEvent has been removed from all possible objects (or likely was never implemented in Mozilla-based browsers) and DOM 2 Events dispatchEvent method is the appropriate replacement to use. handleEvent method is not working in 5 years old NS 6.1 (rv: 0.9.2) but dispatchEvent is; I can't find a single Mozilla-based browser which support handleEvent according to NS 4.x specs. Component -> DOM: Events Resolving as INVALID
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 13 years ago
Component: DOM: HTML → DOM: Events
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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