[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 107895] Simulated click events generated after a touchend event should be triggered on the touch's target element

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Tue Jul 2 18:07:30 PDT 2013


Matt Mueller <mattmuelle at gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Matt Mueller <mattmuelle at gmail.com>  2013-07-02 18:09:28 PST ---
This bug is a big issue for me too on mobile safari. Here's another way to reproduce:

1) bind touchend event to element on top of another element
2) bind click event to element underneath
2) on-touchend hide top element
3) on-click log e.target

You'll notice that ontouchend gives you top element, while onclick will give you a target of the element underneath.

Heres a demo: http://jsbin.com/ukezaq/2

You need to use the simulator / mobile device / tablet to see the issue.

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