It’s been 5.5 years since your post, Joe. Apparently, the “extra weight” did not help. But perhaps the passage of time will. Yes, yes… The Rollover Action “Click” state is basically dead and has been for years. We all know that. It’s easy to do nothing, but I say it’s time to RAISE THE DEAD!
Please make the Rollover Action CLICK state useable. Compatibility with IE9 and up, and the latest versions of Safari, FF, and Chrome is fine.
On 14 May 2010, 7:04 am, Joe Billings wrote:
There are two schools of thought on this:
One want the click state to stay down after it has been clicked (the current behaviour) so that when you’re using it for triggering targets on the same page you can clearly see what has been clicked, a quick example of this is if you have a tabbed area on your page the rollover you just clicked to open a new tab will remain down to show where you are.
The other, like you, wants the button to click as soon as you mousedown and stay down only for that period of time, if there’s no link then you just see a change in state while the mouse button is pressed, if there is a link then you see the change and the lin is followed.
We have a suggestion to change or amend the way that the Rollover Action works to allow for what you want to do, to which I will add your name to give it extra weight.
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