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Currently I'm working on a menu-system for the site that I'm developing, based on simple tables and JavaScript, and have reached a stumbling point.

I would like to be notified when the mouse cursor has left a table element as a whole (Which is a popup menu), yet 'onmouseout' when applied to <TABLE> does not seem to work.

Does anyone know any work-arounds for this?


Cheers,
Matt.


P.S. Thought I better give an example for clarification.

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<TABLE onmouseout='ProcMouseOut();'>
<TR><TD>Blah</TD></TR>
<TR><TD>Teh</TD></TR>
<TR><TD>Blah</TD></TR>
</TABLE>
 

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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Already tried that one (tried SPAN) aswell. Diden't work =\
 

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hmmmm

I'm not sure you'll be able to accomplish what you're hoping to do without going from a different direction. The only way I see this working properly on all fronts is if the only content of the table is an image... at that point you could just set the rollover properties of the image. A good javascript programmer could make this happen, but it would be like going up 20 flights of steps and then down ten to get to the right floor.

(sorry for the bad analogy)

If possible, let us know exactly what you're trying to do, and maybe we can recommend a better way of going about it.
 
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