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I'm trying to use javascript to control a table's td styles. What I want to achieve is to

- apply style A onmouseover
- apply style B onmouseout
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The problem is that the mouseout event overrides the focus event. Also I'd like each element to stay on the focus state until another element gets clicked.

This is my code:

<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
function HoverStyle(element) {
document.getElementById(element).style.backgroundImage = "url(images/arrow1.jpg)";

[code].....

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And this in tooltips.js

// global vars
var i, pos, obj, tempObj, tempEle, winSize, extent, scrollHeight;


//toolTip object
var toolTip = null;
var toolTipParent = null;


//find object position
function getRealPos(ele,dir)
{
(dir=="x") ? pos = ele.offsetLeft : pos = ele.offsetTop;
tempEle = ele.offsetParent;
while(tempEle != null)
{
pos += (dir=="x") ? tempEle.offsetLeft : tempEle.offsetTop;
tempEle = tempEle.offsetParent;
}
return pos;
}




//delay timer
var goTip = false;
var goTimer = null;
function focusTimer(e)
{
//second loop
if(goTimer != null)
{
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clearInterval(goTimer);
goTimer = null;
//pass object to create tooltip
focusTip(e);
}
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{
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tempObj = obj;
//set interval
goTimer = setInterval('focusTimer(tempObj)',400);
}
}


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function focusTip(obj)
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//remove any existing tooltip
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x : window.innerWidth,
y : window.innerHeight
};
}
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{
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y : document.documentElement.offsetHeight
};
}
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{
winSize = {
x : document.body.offsetWidth,
y : document.body.offsetHeight
};
}

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y : getRealPos(obj,'y') + 2
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toolTip.style.top = toolTipParent.y + 'px'

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//add to document
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//restrict width
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}

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extent = {
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y : toolTip.offsetHeight
};

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{
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}

//get scroll height
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{
scrollHeight = window.pageYOffset;
}
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{
scrollHeight = document.documentElement.scrollTop;
}
else
{
scrollHeight = document.body.scrollTop;
}

//if tooltip exceeds window height
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{
//shift tooltip up
toolTipParent.y -= (extent.y+obj.offsetHeight+4);
toolTip.style.top = toolTipParent.y + 'px'
}


}

}


function blurTip()
{
//if tooltip exists
if(toolTip != null)
{
//remove and nullify tooltip
document.body.removeChild(toolTip);
toolTip = null;
toolTipParent = null;
}
//cancel timer
clearInterval(goTimer);
goTimer = null;
}



window.onload = function()
{
if(typeof document.getElementsByTagName!="undefined")
{

//get tags collection
var allTags = document.getElementsByTagName('*');
var allTagsLen = allTags.length;

for (var i=0;i<allTagsLen;i++)
{

//if tag has title attribute
if(allTags[i].title)
{
//attach event
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allTags[i].onmouseover = blurTip;

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