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View Full Version : How do I disable onmouse (mouseover/rollover)?



sdrachel
12-02-2006, 08:52 PM
Is there a way...? I use IE and I need to disable onmouse (mouseover or rollover) event to allow automation testing of web pages. The web pages are written in JavaScript and the automation test is written in VBScript. The automation test initiates the URL and fills the data into the fields on the web pages. However, rolling the mouse over the web pages while the automation test executes, stops the script from processing. I cannot go back to an older version of IE. I cannot disable JavaScript altogether either, as it will affect other sections of the web pages.

Thanks!

TrainReq
12-03-2006, 02:27 AM
Simply disable javascript itslef in IE in your settings... however, that will disable any other form of javascript, (even <script> and javascript: urls, etc, including onmouseover, onclick, onload, etc). But as of disableing the on commands.. i am not sure.



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