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HOTFIX: When you maximize an IE7 window, some events do not occur

June 30th 2007 in Uncategorized

You open a Web page in Windows Internet Explorer 7, and then you minimize the window. After you do this, you maximize the window from the taskbar. In this case, the focus is not in the same position as the focus was when you minimized the window. Instead, the focus is on the Address bar in the window. Additionally, the following events do not occur on the Web page when you maximize the window:

• Document.body.onblur 
• Window.onblur 
• Document.body.onfocus
• Window.onfocus 


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