User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.5) Gecko/20031007 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.5) Gecko/20031007 for (i in window) document.write(i); Examples that are not enumerated: -window.location (or window.document.location) -window.location.search -any of the event handlers (onload, onfocus) There are quite a few more that I cant remember, so should we use a separate dialog to report them. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. 2. 3. The given URL's purpose is both educational (browsing of a given browsers available objects/functions) and used for developer debugging of css/object intensive pages (namespace conflicts, etc). i.e. seems to more completely enumerate its objects.
> -any of the event handlers (onload, onfocus) Those are not defined by default, hence do not appear. If you actually set them, they will appear in the list. The "location" thing is likely due to its being replaceable...
Assignee: general → general
Component: Browser-General → DOM: Level 0
QA Contact: general → ian
Well, it would be neat of the event handlers did appear on the list. That would allow us to see which objects support which events (e.g. an anchor wooudlnt have onscroll), and listing them could also be useful for detecting event capabilities of different browser vintages before trying to use them, for example. i.e. does enumerate the handlers, and shows their assignment (null by defeult) There's is actually a window.onresize handler defined in that sample already (to aid in observing window geometry attributes), but the iterator isnt reporting it, nor the handler it's assigned to.
Summary: Various memeber objects are not reported when iterating through DOM nodes → Various member objects are not reported when iterating through DOM nodes
> e.g. an anchor wooudlnt have onscroll Sure it would. Why wouldn't it? The point is that the handlers are not "null by default". They are simply not defined by default. But yes, the onresize is not being shown; that seems odd... "onresize" in window does test true....
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