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What is the replacement for onBlur in Mozilla

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Hi !
What is the replacement for onBlur in Mozilla

<body STYLE='background-color:buttonface;' leftmargin=0 rightmargin=0
topmargin=0 bottommargin=0 onBlur="window.focus()">

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Jan 21 '06 #1
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anand basha said the following on 1/21/2006 5:50 AM:
Hi !
What is the replacement for onBlur in Mozilla


What makes you think Mozilla doesn't support onblur? It does. It's just
that Mozilla installs by default to not allow you to bring windows back
to the front by using focus(). Besides, what makes you think I want your
window on top all the time? If I blur it, it is because I want to do
something else and you want to annoy the user by not allowing that? How
nice and thoughtful of you.

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