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a4j:commandButton action not firing until firing another event after opening another window through javascript
by boomerang in Javascript

I have a problem firing a4j:commandButton action after it is fired and another page is opened through javascript. The action won't fire again through the same button until another event is fired on the same page. Below is my code which I'll try to explain:

UI code:

<rich:column style="width:60px;">
<a4j:commandButton style="width:60px;" v

Mouseenter event firing twice on hover and also firing mouseleave code?
by Ernie in Web Design

I'm trying to fade in and fade out some icons using mouseenter and mouseleave but I've noticed that my code isn't working so great. I added some console logs to my code and noticed on mouseenter my mouseleave log is also being called. Can anyone explain what I'm doing wrong?

JSFiddle of problem: http://jsfiddle.net/BndxN/1
When I hover over the menu qu

.NET: TextChanged event for TextBox not always firing, even though KeyUp and KeyDown are firing
by cjdavis in Programming Languages

I'm running into a very peculiar issue. I noticed that occasionally while typing into my TextBox, I'll lose some keystrokes. I added a bunch of trace statements in events hooked by this TextBox, and I found that when I lost keystrokes, the KeyUp, KeyDown, and KeyPress events all correctly fired, but the TextChanged event never fired.

Does anybody have any idea why this would happe

Ember bindings firing when not wanted, and not firing when required
by Jon Riegel in Web Design

Hey I'm having two different issues in my ember app, both of which involve bindings.

First, I have a binding firing when I don't want it to. Basically what I'm trying to achieve (I'm building a survey creator front-end app) is that when any text is entered into the 'name' field of a question, I want to add a new question object, which will render out another blank question at the e

Reasons for Firing or Not Firing a Money Manager
by soup006 in Business
Money managers, also known as funds managers and financial analysts, held more than 250,000 jobs in 2008, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Rather than making all of your investment decisions yourself, money managers give guidance so you invest your funds wisely. If you see a significant loss in money, however, you might feel the urge to fire your money manager. Weigh your options

How to Compare Front Firing and Down Firing Car Subwoofers
by George H. in Cars
Install subwoofers in your car audio system to bring the bass found in today's music alive. Select from an overwhelming array of subwoofer options available at car audio stores or create your own audio system. Front firing and down firing are two different forms of subwoofer systems.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Prevent damage to your system. Choose a down firing system which pr

ASP.NET - IHttpModule.BeginRequest firing 2X, Application_BeginRequest firing 1X
by GreenChile in Programming Languages

I'm running VS 2008 and .NET 3.5 SP1.

I want to implement hit tracking in an HttpModule in my ASP.NET app. Pretty simple, I thought. However, the BeginRequest event of my HttpModule is firing twice for each page hit. The site is very simple right now...no security, just a bit of database work. Should log one row per page hit. Why is this event firing twice?

Moreover, IHt

Down Firing Vs. Front Firing Subwoofers
by George in Electronics
One of the keys to any good sound system is a quality subwoofer. Spend any time with subwoofers, and the common question arises, "Which is better? A down or front firing sub?" Surprisingly enough, it doesn't really matter. When it comes to buying a subwoofer, there are much more important things to consider. The Basics of SubwoofersSubwoofers, or "subs" for short, are dedicated to hitting the l

gridview SelectedIndexChanged Event is not firing.I am using asp.net 4.0 .By the way rowdatabound event is firing perfectly
by rpanic in ASP & ASP.net
<asp:GridView ID="gridPlace" runat="server" AutoGenerateColumns="False" Width="800px"
BackColor="White" BorderColor="#CCCCCC" BorderStyle="None" BorderWidth="1px"
CellPadding="5" OnRowDataBound="gridPlace_RowDataBound" OnSelectedIndexChanged="gridPlace_SelectedIndexChanged">
<asp:BoundField HeaderText="DetailID

C# Button Not Firing?
by bigrod in Programming Languages

I have an ASP Button that I am creating in the CodeBhind of a Control. Here is the code:

Button SubmitButton = new Button();
protected override void CreateChildControls()
SubmitButton.Text = "Submit";
SubmitButton.Click += new EventHandler(SubmitButton_Click);
private void SubmitButton_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
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