On Jul 8, 2007, at 7:53 PM, Thomas Thomas wrote:
> In Mozilla when the user clicks on the arrow, the arrowis chaning to
> next-horizontal-3.bmp for a short moment,
> then next-horizontal-1.bmp.
> But in IE the problem is that the image stays next-horizontal-3.bmp.
Because IE is completely br0ken. In Gecko based browsers (Mozilla,
Camino, SeaMonkey, Firefox), and other modern UA, as soon as the user
release the mouse-button, the state is changed to a:focus (that is
the expected behaviour: the link is not longer 'active' ='being
IE windows remains in the 'active' state, as long as the user doesn't
click on something else in the page. Not much can be done about this,
except rewriting the Trident rendering engine.
to recognise the focus but not active state. I don't know, though.
PS = you should use a more web-friendly/cross-platform-friendly image
format than .bmp (proprietary Windows), like .png or .gif.
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