I have created a Chrome extension that uses the hotkeys [Alt]+[0...9] only to discover facebook uses the same hotkeys. Is there any way possible my extension could disable facebook's hotkeys so that mine fire alone? I'm fairly certain I have...
I've found a lot of related questions (here and elsewhere), but haven't found this one specifically.  I'm trying to listen for keydown events for the arrow keys (37-40), however when using the arrow keys in a certain order, subsequent arr...
I want to detect when the enter key is pressed, on HTML that will be injected dynamically.  To simply detect when the enter key is pressed, I can do:  $('#textfield').keydown(function (e){     if(e.keyCode == 13){         console.log('Ent...
First of, I'd like to use only native JavaScript to complete this task.  Let's say I am to make a custom dropdown, and the HTML code looks kind of like this.  <div class="dropdown">   <span class="dropdown-label" styl...
I have the beginnings of a 2d javascript game - at the moment the player can drive a triangle around the screen using the arrow keys.  The problem is that sometimes the triangle will get stuck rotating in one direction or moving forward until the cor...
I have reduced this to the minimum code to show this problem. The problem is that this works fine on Chrome on my computer, but on Chrome on my Android, it doesn't work properly. First, the highly simplified code:  <html><head><scr...
I want to make a form like this, and i want to post the form - with javascript - in all the keydowns.  <form action="{$formaction}" enctype="multipart/form-data" method="post"> <input type="text" name="n&#...
Edit: This snipped worked in the end. I had been trying this before but was actually experiencing a scoping issue with my javascript. I had appBack() defined in document.onready. Simply re-scoping that function to *window.*appBack = function(). Done...
My extensions go through every input entered on an  on any website that is loaded.  What I do is I consider every onkeydown and manipulate it if it has some value.  my background js file contains the following:  document.onkeydown = returnKey;   func...
A simple question: when I use the onkeydown event in HTML, how can I find out what key was pressed? I'm sure it's really easy, but I've tried googling it; w3schools was no help, and all the other results were people asking about specific...

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