and there are links to example iframes set and iframes sources:
Is it Chrome bug, or security that comes under "Same origin policy"? This is strange because d&d works excellent between two windows, and want not work at all from parent window to iframe.
Thanks for suggestions. Piotr
EDIT: It's possible Chrome/Chromium security mitigation is overly broad. Issue 251718: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=251718
Now, at: http://msdrop.com/msdrop-jquery-test-iframe-frameset.htm there are 4 iframes
In FF, all frames works that i expects.
In Chrome, and Chromium only on iframe A works all dragover, dragenter, dragleave, and drop events.
i think i found answer, drag and drop events works on iframe when open Chromium or Chrome without restrictions.
edit: Google Chrome: "You are using an unsupported command-line flag: --disable-web-security. Stability and security will suffer." so flag works but is unsupported?
I do not understand.
Adding sandbox="allow-scripts" to the iframe element solves this issue for me.
<iframe sandbox="allow-scripts" src=".." />
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