Bob Sneidar wrote:
Hi Richard. You are "locking" fields. I am setting the traversalOn
to false. The reason I use this is because a locked field will still
show the focus border, which I do not want.
The focus border should be governed independently, using the
If you turn that off and it still shows with traversalOn true, that
would be a bug.
As for traversalOn, when I turn that off the reason I don't get a focus
border is because I also don't get focus - without keyboard interaction
allowed with traversalOn, I'm unable to select text.
That is, by the most common means, click-and-drag.
I do find that I can double-click a word to select it, and when
double-clicked in a field with traversalOn turned off then my example
menu does indeed fail to recognize that selection.
So I agree there's a bug there, but I'd go the other way: if traversalOn
is supposed to prevent selections, it should also prevent selections
that occur from double-clicking on words.
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