window.routeEvent()

JavaScript1.2+, JScript3.0+ Nav4+, IE4+ Syntax

							window.routeEvent(event)

Description

The routeEvent() method of the Window object passes all previously captured events of the event type passed through their normal event process. The events that can be passed are as follows:

  • Event.ABORT

  • Event.BLUR

  • Event.CHANGE

  • Event.CLICK

  • Event.DBLCLICK

  • Event.DRAGDROP

  • Event.ERROR

  • Event.FOCUS

  • Event.KEYDOWN

  • Event.KEYPRESS

  • Event.KEYUP

  • Event.LOAD

  • Event.MOUSEDOWN

  • Event.MOUSEMOVE

  • Event.MOUSEOUT

  • Event.MOUSEOVER

  • Event.MOUSEUP

  • Event.MOVE

  • Event.RESET

  • Event.RESIZE

  • Event.SELECT

  • Event.SUBMIT

  • Event.UNLOAD

After one of these events has been captured using the Window.captureEvents() method, you can define a function to replace ...

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