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Mouse Event Properties

Question: What event properties can I use to analyze mouse events?

Answer: Netscape Navigator 4 and Internet Explorer 4 (as well as newer versions) support quite a few event properties. Some of them are the same for both browsers (for example, event.screenX or event.type); however, most properties are platform-dependent. Move or click your mouse, and the text boxes below will display all mouse event properties for your browser ():

Properties of the most recent event:  

Properties of the most recent event:  

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