With jQuery, how do I find out which key was pressed when I bind to the keypress event?  $('#searchbox input').bind('keypress', function(e) {});   I want to trigger a submit when ENTER is pressed.  [Update]  Even though I found the...
I have created a simple code to handle keypress event:   var counter = 0;         $('input').on('keypress', function () {     $('div').text('key pressed ' + ++counter); });   JSFiddle.  But keypress event handler is...
I'm attempting to capture arrow key presses in jQuery, but no events are being triggered.  $(function(){     $('html').keypress(function(e){         console.log(e);     }); });   This generates events for alphanumeric keys, but delete,...
jQuery keypress event for FireFox gives encrypted keyCode property for event object  after String.fromCharCode(e.keyCode) conversion but works perfect in Chrome.  Following is the javascript code:  <!-- #booter and #text are ids of html element te...
I want to simulate a Keypress event using the Javascript Console. I see lots of answers using an input element. I don't want to use an input element. I just want to paste some code into the Javascript console and have a keypress event simulated(s...
If I type 'St', by the time I press the t, if I output the input of textfield.value in the onkeypress/onkeydown functions, I only get 'S'.   Why is this? How do I get rid of this lag?...
I have a keypress handler on a web page assigned to the body element.  I really do want it to be active anywhere in the web page.  Or so I thought.  The keypress events in textual input forms also activate the body handler, which makes sense, but whi...
I was wondering if it were possible to get the end result in the keypress event? Currently, I am using the keyup because it is activated after the user has done text editing in a texteara, but I have written a method that does something similar using...
I'm trying to create a simple game in javascript and I'm stuck on how to deal with keys.  Small example:  function keyUpEvent(event) {     alert(event.keyCode); } window.addEventListener("keyup", keyUpEvent, false);   I'm running...
I have a piece of code that looks something like below and it works fine. What it does is it launches an oscillator sound when the mouse clicks on a div named synth.It then stops playing the oscillator when the mouse button is released.   synth.onmou...

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