Is their an easy way to turn off an onmouseover function call from my onclick function?
for example I have
td tag that has a mouseover and onclick tooltip function
I want when the user clicks on the td element the method tooltipcopy disables the showtooltip from executing.
It looks bad with the mouseover tool tip up after I have clicked to get the other copyable tooltip.
Thanks for any help
What is happening is I have a div tag that does the equivalent of the standard tooltip title attribute, But allows the person to copy from it. I need the other tool tip function that uses
document.getElementById(...).style.title = "..." ; to be disabled when the onclick occurs , if the person justs mouses over then I want the showtooltip to use the default tool tip.... But if clicked on the td tag occurs then I need it to not show the mouse over tooltip but just the regular div tag one so the users has the ability to copy the tool tip message.
Thanks (2 tool tips on top or around each other looks mess.
I don't know of a way to disable the tool tip function when I click on the td element I have tried putting
document.getElementById(....).style.title = null ; in the tooltipcopy function but it still stay's up with my div tag tool tip?
Is this in some sort of timer or something that I need to turn on or something.
I think you're painted into a corner. The tooltip is triggered before you get a chance to turn it off. I'd back up and figure out why this is such a mess in the first place. Why all the tinkering? I'd either use title tooltip, or provide my own, and avoid all the tinkering.