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where a user might change form data without first focusing on the form element. For instance, can it be counted on that an input field will be focused (onFocus) prior to its value being changed?

I know that it can't be counted on to be secure, but for general use by everyday users, can one assume an element's onFocus event will be triggered prior to the user changing form data? If not, in what scenarios isn't this the case?

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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)
{
//clear timer
clearInterval(goTimer);
goTimer = null;
//pass object to create tooltip
focusTip(e);
}
//first loop
else
{
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(e) ? obj = e.target : obj = event.srcElement;
//pass object back through timer
tempObj = obj;
//set interval
goTimer = setInterval('focusTimer(tempObj)',400);
}
}


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function focusTip(obj)
{

//remove any existing tooltip
blurTip();

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if(toolTip == null)
{
//get window dimensions
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{
winSize = {
x : window.innerWidth,
y : window.innerHeight
};
}
else if(typeof document.documentElement.offsetWidth!="undefined")
{
winSize = {
x : document.documentElement.offsetWidth,
y : document.documentElement.offsetHeight
};
}
else
{
winSize = {
x : document.body.offsetWidth,
y : document.body.offsetHeight
};
}

//create toolTip
toolTip = document.createElement('div');

//add classname
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//get focussed object co-ordinates
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{
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y : getRealPos(obj,'y') + 2
};
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//apply tooltip position
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toolTip.style.top = toolTipParent.y + 'px'

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//add to document
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//restrict width
if(toolTip.offsetWidth > 300)
{
toolTip.style.width = px'
}

//get tooltip extent
extent = {
x : toolTip.offsetWidth,
y : toolTip.offsetHeight
};

//if tooltip exceeds window width
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{
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toolTipParent.x -= extent.x;
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}

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

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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
allTags[i].onfocus = focusTimer;
allTags[i].onblur = blurTip;
allTags[i].onmouseover = blurTip;

}

}

}
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