I think I discovered a bug. Maybe.
We have an app with various Panels, and various TextBoxes, Buttons, and Labels on the panels. The TextBoxes/Buttons are initially disabled, but if you click the Panel, then it enables them on that Panel.
It seems that if I click on a disabled TextBox, then the click isn’t propagated up to the parent Panel. If the TextBox is enabled, it does propagate the click up. The Buttons propagate the Click up when disabled, as do the Labels, just not the TextBoxes.
The same app works with WinForms. Is this a bug, or am I doing something wrong.
It appears to be a bug/feature of Firefox. Most (all?) browsers bubble up pointer events from disabled. Firefox doesn’t and simply drops the events. Try adding this to Default.html in <head> or in a css file if you are using one for the app (without <style>)
Could you double-check?
I just tried 1.4.32 and the bug appears to still be present. If I click on the border, or maybe 1 or 2 pixels inside of the textbox, then it works, but if I click in the middle of the area where you would type, then it doesn’t appear to propagate the Click up to the parent.
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