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How do i onmouseover in a tr check to see if a key was pressed

Posted on 2014-10-21
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I have a large table with a lot of data. I'm trying to basically check to see if a letter was pressed while someone was hovering over a tr. What i'm trying to do is basically black out the whole screen except for the hovered over row when someone presses the letter f so that it can basically just focus on that row. Easier to see in the midst of a lot of data. Here's what i got so far. Don't know if i'm in the right direction, but it's not detecting me pressing the letter. Also, if they press f again or esc or click outside the row, i'd like it to go back to normal. Hope this makes sense. Thanks guys/girls!

$(function(){

  $('#report tr').on('mouseover',function(){
    $('#report tr').removeClass('sel');
    $(this).addClass('sel');

    $(this).keypress(function(event){
      if(event==70){
        alert('hello');
      }
    });

  });

});

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Question by:engineroom
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by:leakim971
ID: 40394948
Try this :
$(function(){
  // http://api.jquery.com/hover/
  $('#report tr').hover(function(){ // mouseover
      $('#report tr').removeClass('sel');
      $(this).addClass('sel');
  }, function() { // mouseout
      $(this).removeClass('sel');
  });

 $('#report tr').keypress(function(event){
      if( event==70 && $('#report tr.sel').length > 0 ) { // if a row have class sel it's on mouseover
        alert('hello'); // /!\ should loss focus /!\
      }
 });

});

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by:engineroom
ID: 40395313
That works, but doesn't seem to accomplish my goals. I need to basically add the .sel class to whatever row i'm currently hovered on when f is pressed. Hope this clears it up.
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$(function(){
  // http://api.jquery.com/hover/
  $('#report tr').hover(function(){ // mouseover
      $('#report tr').removeClass('hovered');
      $(this).addClass('hovered');
  }, function() { // mouseout
      $(this).removeClass('hovered');
  });

 $('#report tr').keypress(function(event){
      if( event==70 && $('#report tr.hovered').length > 0 ) { // if a row have class sel it's on mouseover
        alert('hello'); // /!\ should loss focus /!\
        $(this).addClass("sel");
      }
 });

});

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by:engineroom
ID: 40395567
Thanks!
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