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input control and onfocus event with FireFox

Posted on 2011-03-18
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Hi,

I've a page with some input fields and need the onfocus event when a input control will be entered.
This works fine with IE but with FF 3.6.15 the event seems not to fire ...
The code I use is not such strange that I think there may be something wrong:
<input type="text" onblur="markAsBluredInnen(this, 'Anzahl', 0)" onfocus="markAsFocusedInnen(this)" value="1" class="excel-textbox">

Is there a now issue with FF and maybe a workaround?
With the right mouse button the event will be fired but this is not such useful for me ...

Thanks

Andre
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Please provide a link or at least more code (javascript).
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Please open:

Change the spinner Etagentüren to something greater than 0 (1 would be fine)
Choose the tab "Etagentüren" at the top right on the dark arrow
At the left side where had the spinner been before you can now see:
Beschreibung | Anzahl

The fields down of these headline are my none working textbox controls ...


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Works OK in FF 3.6.15, Chrome 10.0.648.133 & IE7!!
I don't see the problem.
Try running it from another machine. there might be an issu with your FF configuration.
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by:andre72
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You can really change the values of the table at the included picture?
We tried out it with four machines with FF and no one works ...
table.png
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The problem is with the mouse event. Try using the keyboard, and you'll see that everything works.
I think that adding a 'onClick' event to that input field will cover the gap.
BTW, as it is, it doesn't work in Chrome as well.
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