On Tue, Apr 28, 2015 at 4:28 PM, Travis Leithead <travis.leith...@microsoft.com> wrote: >>> Aaron opened an issue for this on GitHub  and I agree that it is a >>> problem and we should definitely rename it to something else! One option >>> might be to change dir to directory, but we would need a different name for >>> directory (the attribute that gets back the virtual root holding the >>> selected files and folders). > > I wonder, is it necessary to have a separate "dir"/"directory" attribute from > "multiple"? Adding a new DOM attribute will allow for feature detecting this > change. UA's can handle the presentation of a separate directory picker if > necessary--why force this distinction on the web developer?
We need the "dir"/"directory" attribute in order for pages to indicate that it can handle Directory objects. No matter where/how we expose those Directory objects. / Jonas