[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 96035] Page javascript cannot detect partial input in time input control

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Thu Sep 6 18:37:00 PDT 2012


--- Comment #1 from Kent Tamura <tkent at chromium.org>  2012-09-06 18:37:15 PST ---
> I propose we add a webkit-prefixed attribute, like webkitRawValue, where you can access whatever the user typed, even if invalid. We can propose this as a W3C standard.

It might resolve some existing/coming problems.
 - input[type=number] contains invalid strings during editing, but the invalid numbers are not exposed to HTMLInputElement::value.
 - input[type=number] contains localized numbers. But the localized numbers are not exposed via the 'value' property.
 - Ditto for input[type=date].  It can have invalid strings and localized values which doesn't match to the 'value' property.
 - We're going to support IDN in input[type=email]. Editing value will be represented in Unicode like 'tkent@グーグル.com,' but the 'value' property will be 'tkent at xn--qcka1pmc.com'

We need to propose it to WHATWG/W3C, then need to announce to webkit-dev.

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