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IE8 - Not working - Mouse event for ListBox

 
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Hi,
I'm using a list box which has many URLs for image. When someone move
the mouse through the drop down values, I need to show the image in an
HTML box. This works fine (MouseMove) in Firefox, but does not work in
IE8.
The below code represents the test case, and none of them gets
called / fired in IE8.
Can someone please help me to sort this out. I'm using GWT 2.0.3.


Thanks,
-ash
 
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Try using System.out.println() instead of Window.alert()
Also, why are you using HandlesAllMouseEvents when you are interested in mouse move events?
 
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Hi Maneesh,

Thanks for the reply.

I have tried mouse move event as well. It also doesn't work in IE8.

Thanks,
-ash
 
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Sorry for that.. apologies...
 
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