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AddinExpress.IE.ADXIEHTMLDocEvents
Changes browser behaviour 
Ben Cowling




Posts: 18
Joined: 2010-10-25
Hi

If I add a referece to AddinExpress.IE.ADXIEHTMLDocEvents to an IE addin it changes how the browser handles javascript onclick events.

If you open this web page before you register the addin:

<ht ml><body><a href="//www.add-in-express.com" onc lick="alert('Hello'); return false;">click me</a></body></html>

Then the page does not navigate to the href as the javascript cancels it. If you then register the addin, it then navigates to the href location.

Regards

Ben
Posted 25 Oct, 2010 11:13:15 Top
Eugene Astafiev


Add-in Express team


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Joined: 2007-07-25
Hi Ben,

Unfortunately I couldn't reproduce the issue on my PC with IE 8. What version and build number of Add-in Express do you use? What events of the AddinExpress.IE.ADXIEHTMLDocEvents class do you handle in the code?
.NET, Extended MAPI, Windows Phone & RT
Posted 26 Oct, 2010 10:54:02 Top
Ben Cowling




Posts: 18
Joined: 2010-10-25
Eugene

AddinExpress: adxienet-v602-b373-vs-std.msi.
IE: v8.0.7600.16385 (32bit)
OS: Windows 7 Pro

I managed to reproduce the problem without adding any event handlers, just by adding the ADXIEHTMLDocEvents to the form.

Regards

Ben
Posted 27 Oct, 2010 02:17:00 Top
Eugene Astafiev


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Joined: 2007-07-25
Hi Ben,

Could you please send a sample add-on project which can reproduce the issue you described above to the support e-mail address (see readme.txt for details)? Also please don't forget to attach a web page (*.html) with a hyperlink to the letter. I will test it on my PC.
.NET, Extended MAPI, Windows Phone & RT
Posted 29 Oct, 2010 11:22:53 Top