Since IE9 IE has addEventListener - so it has to listen events in
standart W3C way -> so it has capture events
I use capturing very often - so I forced, instead using on or observe,
use addEventListener

In the library's code there are planty tones of check - 'if
I believe that they could be replaced by somthing like this:

if (element.addEventListener)
   eventListenerFn = 'addEventListener'
   eventListenerFn = 'attachEvent'

and than everywhere use - element[eventListenerFn] or somthing else

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