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    Default [CLOSED][3.??] Ext.element event "DOMAttrModified" not fires in IE

    [CLOSED][3.??] Ext.element event "DOMAttrModified" not fires in IE


    Code:
    <script language="JavaScript">
    Ext.onReady(function(){
        Ext.get("myDiv").on("DOMAttrModified", function(){
            alert('fired');
        });
    });
    </script>
    <div id="myDiv" class="cl1" onClick="javascript: this.setAttribute('class', 'cl2');">Click me!</div>
    In Firefox works fine, but not in IE (tested with 6-7-8)

    In documentation not found any hints about specific browser support

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    Because it's not supported in IE. IE has onpropertychange. I guess we could normalize it, but the problem is FF provides so much more information in the event, the stuff in IE is pretty minimal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NetFantom View Post

    In documentation not found any hints about specific browser support
    First word in the description are "Where supported".

    The patchiness of adherence to DOM standards means that we cannot keep it up to date and say "Only on FF3.5.2, IE 9.4, Opera 10.4.5, Chrome 2.0.15" etc.

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