You can't do that, as your function must end before another event is processed, but you could repetitively call a function until the mouse is up : var timer; document.
It sounds bit confusing, but I hope the below example will make it clear to you.
How to add the listener on the window object The addEventListener method is the most preferred way to add an event listener to windowdocument or any other element in the DOM.
There are certain cases, such as when you have nested elements and you perform some event on a child and it ends up performing some action on the parent, too, that you want to avoid. Asked 7 years, 10 months ago.
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I edited. The document object is the root of every node in the DOM.
I'd do this: var mousedownID = -1; //Global ID of mouse down interval. We will need that event parameter to check which key is being pressed. If we define the buffer array inside the keydown event listener, it will be reset every time While that is almost certainly true in most cases, in this one it is not necessary.
. Take note that the closing tag is needed, although there is no content.
Thank you, this helped me a lot! Table cell elements have a cellIndex property, but I don't know about other elements. What you should actually do is use an event delegation attach single click event to the parent and then check the e.
Example 1: This example sets a onClick event to each button, when button is clicked, the ID of the button is passed to the function then it prints the ID on the screen. You have to invoke the mousedown activity in some reasonable interval.
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|And even then it's not optimal since you're creating 6 DOM event handlers 6 divs in the example above just to get a number of a single clicked div.
Thank you, this helped me a lot! Here is a newer fiddle: jsfiddle.
Example : Clicking the anchor element will make the browser redirect to that page by default. JonathanLonowski You're right. Please use ide. The Window object represents the tab.