Kangax,

In this case, "applying a patch" is synonymous with "modify the source
code [of Prototype]", correct?

On Mar 26, 3:55 pm, kangax <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> You could apply this patchhttp://dev.rubyonrails.org/ticket/11214
>
> - kangax
>
> On Mar 26, 4:37 pm, broberts <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> > I've found in Firefox 2.x, using Form.Element.disable() shifts the
> > focus from the current form element somewhere else in the document
> > (possibly to the disabled form element right before it's disabled).
>
> > The effect is that the BLUR event is fired on the current form element
> > when Form.Element.disable() is invoked and it doesn't seem that focus
> > should have ever left the current form element.
>
> > In IE7, this does not happen.  Any ideas?  For example...
>
> > <form action="" method="post" name="myForm" id="myForm">
>
> > <input type="button" name="myButton" id="myButton" value="Click Me" /
>
> > ><br />
>
> > <input type="text" name="myTextBox" id="myTextBox" value=""
> > onblur="alert('Focus left!');" onkeyup="$('myButton').disable();" />
>
> > </form>
>
> > Help!  What can I do to prevent the current form element from ever
> > losing
> > focus in Firefox 2.x?
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