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Does Chrome do key logging? Forms in original HTML or in JavaScript (Score:2) by tepples ( 727027 ) writes: In Firefox 46, forms that are part of the initial HTML document get restored properly, but forms It is just the most ridiculous design you could think of. Long overdue (Score:5, Insightful) by Vadim Makarov ( 529622 ) writes: on Thursday May 19, 2016 @04:50PM (#52144737) Homepage It took this many years until one browser vendor has noticed http://tubemuse.com/enter-key/enter-key-not-working-google-search.html

To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. It seems you know quite a bit about HTTP, HTML/5, JS, CSS, browsers and UI design. Re: (Score:2) by GodelEscherBlecch ( 4321991 ) writes: If by 'exploit' you mean forcing a whopping 1 more click or button tap to navigate away, then sure. Sometimes, Windows 10 will spontaneously perform a screen refresh that cancels any UI text input that is happening at the same time.

In general, focus has to be on a field in the same form as the Submit button. Argle bargle Republicans harrumph! (Score:2) by JMZero ( 449047 ) writes: Yes, those Republicans and their constant drive to change things and break with tradition. Developers have said that the feature is only being partly enabled for now, in case there is "sufficient outcry" and it needs to be rolled back.

  1. therefore, I think the bug comes from form submit button.
  2. And before you say, 'Those keys were removed to keep the keyboards small for smaller laptops'...
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  4. What do I know though, I'm just an idiot developer.
  5. That being said, when people fuck with your workflow, it's frustrating.Chrome loves to not give a shit about standards or let people customise things.

Why is it that browser makers have so much trouble implementing a basic feature that exists in nearly every other piece of UI software? Sometimes the computer decides to change focus on you in the middle of typing. Microsoft adopted it in I.E., and then all subsequent browsers adopted it for compatibility. Reply With Quote August 31st, 2010,06:14 AM #4 SpywareDr View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage VirtualDr PC Specialist Join Date Apr 2005 Location Maryland, USA Posts 17,244 In Chrome, if

How to find the file where a bash function is defined? Reply With Quote September 2nd, 2010,04:49 AM #8 SpywareDr View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage VirtualDr PC Specialist Join Date Apr 2005 Location Maryland, USA Posts 17,244 Wonder if that Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:2) by desdinova 216 ( 2000908 ) writes: it does on mine Re: (Score:2) by scdeimos ( 632778 ) writes: Firefox will ask you whether Re: (Score:2) by GodelEscherBlecch ( 4321991 ) writes: Right, so then they can deal with the cries of horror as people discover that Chrome is saving what they enter in forms?

Had to resort to using keydown for cross-browser functionaing (experience from few recent projects) –techfoobar Jan 25 '13 at 9:51 @techfoobar: I'm pretty certain that keypress is 100% reliable Various Windows and Linux platforms... Instead of changing keybindings people are used to, form backup is what Chrome should do, so that you don't lose your data no matter what. Various Windows and Linux platforms...

javascript jquery html google-chrome share|improve this question edited Jan 25 '13 at 9:10 sdespont 10.8k53069 asked Jan 25 '13 at 8:58 emilly 2,19393474 1 Could you show the HTML that Besides, how should a form developer do this in an environment where JavaScript is blocked, such as NoScript, LibreJS, tracking blockers that mistakenly block the CDN hosting a script, or a This code filters out these messages.  bool ignore_keyboard_event = false;  if (wparam == VK_RETURN) {    if (message == WM_KEYDOWN || message == WM_SYSKEYDOWN) {      if (KF_REPEAT & HIWORD(lparam)) {        // this Make every window consistent.2.

Here's what you want: $('#myDiv').keypress(function (e) { alert("Key pressed"); if (e.which == $.ui.keyCode.ENTER) { alert("enter pressed"); } }); The definitive reference for key events: http://unixpapa.com/js/key.html share|improve this answer edited Jan 25 http://tubemuse.com/enter-key/enter-key-not-working.html Use case, my toddler is perfectly happy to let me read the internet, so long as she can bang away on the biggest key on the keyboard (the space bar). Make it an option (buried in the config) for those who want it, and turn it off by default. most typed-in things are b hmmm (Score:5, Funny) by devoid42 ( 314847 ) writes: on Thursday May 19, 2016 @04:52PM (#52144761) I would have gotten first post but I hit the

I support it (Score:2) by nine-times ( 778537 ) writes: I support this change. Re: (Score:2) by dejitaru ( 4258167 ) writes: You do know that app is short for application, and the abbreviated version has been used since the early 90s (probably before too). Maybe some people used it, but I bet they were in the minority. weblink You will also notice that in this prompt 'confirm' is always the focused choice so all you have to do is tap enter or space.

The "enter" key doesn't work for submit forms. for faster repeat rate.. In any reasonably modern browser the unload event is 'special' and the web page code is only able to initiate the prompt but cannot handle or subvert the user's choice in

Why make something needlessly surprising, confusing, and frustrating for the majority of your users, when y Re: (Score:2) by mcswell ( 1102107 ) writes: How do they study this?

I accidentally tried your page in firefox... Advanced Search Forum Software Internet Related Issues Google Chrome - Enter key failure? In case it happens I have Lazarus which saved the day a couple of times. Now if only Macs would stop using the two-finger trackpad swipe gesture as a shortcut for back/forward buttons.

How can I claim compensation? Now about the address bar... ;) Re: (Score:2, Informative) by Anonymous Coward writes: If there were an option for every setting on which users has varying opinions, the preferences page would Any ideas on where to start??? http://tubemuse.com/enter-key/enter-key-not-working-in-chrome.html it works with firefox and other browsers Comment 18 by [email protected], Sep 22 2010 Processing jangoo this works for me on eventlayer.com, however, on gatunes.com it doesn't.

Then the forward button can reload the state and you don't have to re-type anything.That way, if any of the several other ways you might accidentally go back are also covered. e.keyCode : 0; if(key == 13) { e.preventDefault(); alert("enter pressed"); } }); Tested on Chrome 24 : http://jsfiddle.net/PTauw/1/ share|improve this answer answered Jan 25 '13 at 9:08 sdespont 10.8k53069 2 No new comments can be posted. Be usable by keyboard and mouse -- increasingly gone in many programs, especially frequently updated ones desperately trying to be hip Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Alt+Left (Score:2) by tepples (