OK, this works perfectly fine for following my mouse.  // $(document).mousemove(function(e){   $("#follower").css({       'top': e.pageY + 'px';       'left': e.pageX + 'px';   }); }); //   And this works great...
I build a web mobile game, it runs on browsers (PC/Mobile).  Do I need to use the touchmove or not?  How can I run the touchmove event like the mousemove event?...
I have an iframe inside of a parent window, with both the iframe src and the parent located in the same domain. In order to keep the iframe document clear of javascript I want to be able to use a function in the parent window to get the the mouse pos...
Text and sample code adapted from http://www.webdeveloper.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-65078.html, may not reflect actual question:  I have a div and then a div with a nested  table inside it: also there is some div outside the parent div.  <div...
Today I had the following thing going on: I had an existing mousemove event and added touchmove later on, like this:  $(window).on "mousemove touchmove", (e) ->   pos_x = e.pageX   pos_y = e.pageY   Unfortunately both variables were undefi...
I've read about issues where the mousemove event is fired twice in Safari/Webkit, but the problem I'm facing is that mousemove fires even when the mouse is not moved. That is: it already fires when the mouse cursor is positioned above the con...
I am currently learning and working in JavaScript and SVG and I am new to it. Here is my scenario  I have a div which has an SVG inside it.  <div id "O_div">   <svg>      <line x1= "0" x2 = "0" y1 ="0" y...
I'm working on a basic modal example in which the modal would follow the mouse cursor as long as the user was hovering over a certain section.  The issue I'm having is, when going from left to right, the modal lags significantly, as well as t...
I have a same origin iframe. Mouse events in the iframe are triggered in the document like so:    // this won't work $('iframe').contents().find('body').on('mousedown mouseup mousemove', function(e) {   $(document).trigger...
When I left-click and drag the mouse, IE9 doesn't recognize the mousemove event. I need to know where the mouse is located while it is being moved during it's depressed state.  Other browsers are working great.  Here is the essence of my code...

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