Manual Reference Pages - HTML::DOM::EVENT::UI (3)
HTML::DOM::Event::UI - A Perl class for HTML DOM UIEvent objects
This class provides UIEvent objects for HTML::DOM, which objects are
passed to event handlers for certain event types when they are invoked.
It inherits from HTML::DOM::Event.
See also those inherited from HTML::DOM::Event.
These are both read-only and ignore their arguments.
The view object associated with the event.
A number thats meant to specify some info about the event. For instance,
for the DOMActivate event, 1 is a normal activation, and 2 is a
hyperactivation (whatever that means). A click event on an element triggers
a DOMActivate event, simply copying the detail attribute from the click
initUIEvent ( $name, $propagates_up, $cancellable, $view, $detail )
This initialises the event object. See initEvent in HTML::DOM::Event for
init ( ... )
Alternative to initUIEvent thats easier to use:
type => $type,
propagates_up => 1,
cancellable => 1,
view => $view,
detail => 1,
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