var mdflag; var count = 0;  document.addEventListener("mousedown",mdown,false);     document.addEventListener("mouseup",mup,false); }   function mdown() {     mdflag=true;     while(mdflag)     document.getElementById("testdiv"...
I have an element which fires functions on ng-mousedown and ng-mouseup. However, It doesn't work on touch screen, is there any directive like ng-touchstart and ng-touchend?...
Is it possible to do something like this:  if ($(this).mousedown() == true) {   I thought that would work but it doesn't.  Additional details: I'm trying to check if the mouse button is down when the mouse leaves a specific DIV, so if the per...
How can I trigger a mousemove only if the element is clicked first? I'm trying to utilize this for an audio player timeline.  .player__time--bar(@mousedown="setNewCurrentPosition($event)")     .slider(role="slider" aria-valuemin=&...
I've recently added the jquery.mouse2touch.min.js plugin to my game, and after testing it out I ran into a problem. My movement system is made up of two divs (one to move the player left and one to move him right), basically when you press and ho...
I am writing a jQuery plugin that manipulates the value of an input field at the press of a button.   What I have so far is the ability to control the value by clicking the button, as well as to continually increase it if the user holds the button pr...
I have to implement mouse move event only when mouse down is pressed.  I need to execute "OK Moved" only when mouse down and mouse move.  I used this code   $(".floor").mousedown(function() {   $(".floor").bind('mouseover&...
I do not want any unnecessary loops occurring for mousemove event. So I became interested, in terms of performance/best practice what would be the best way to run mousemove only while mousedown == true? Currently I'm using:   var pressedMouse =...
event.preventDefault(); return false; event.stopPropagation();  any of them can prevent focus event from happening when I trigger a mousedown event in Firefox and chrome, but it failed in IE.In fact,chrome has another problem. when mousedowning, :hov...

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