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Old March 19th, 2004, 05:38 PM
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ActiveElement Equivalent

Is there any way that I can do the equivalent to 'ActiveElement' in Javascript for browsers other than IE4+ - without writing onload scripts or other 'jimmy rigging'?

I am developing a .NET control that mimics a combo - but I am trying to make it 'self contained', yet I need to know what elements become active so I can tell when to hide the drop down list on the control's various blur() events.


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