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    Senior Coder nikos101's Avatar
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    Smile How would you stop IE passing mouse.wheel events to a flash app?

    How would you stop IE passing mouse.wheel events to a flash app?

    Is this possible?


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    I'm curious. Wouldn't that be the same as removing your event listener when you no longer want to perform any action? Or is it that you want to do this only in IE?

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    I might need a little more explaination, but here is something.

    mouseWheelEnabled is a property that controls if the wheel will affect text boxes.
    jeremy - gnomeontherun
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