Steps to reproduce
Open https://codepen.io/anon/pen/ooLjyN?editors=1111 (in Edge, of course) and move your mouse over the bird. Continue to move your mouse above the image, but do not leave the image with the cursor. You'll see the bird moving to the left and jumping back to the right immediately after the movement has completed. The movement to the left will start again.
Expected behaviour: The bird moves to the left and stays there, once the mouse is moved over the image.
In the console you can see that the mouse events mouseenter, mouseover, mouseleave and mouseout have been fired even if you did not move the mouse out of the image.
I’m using Microsoft Edge 41.16299.15.0 with Microsoft EdgeHTML 16.16299.
Comments and activity
- Microsoft Edge Team
Changed Title from “MouseEnter and MouseLeve fired when moving mouse on animated SVG content” to “MouseEnter and MouseLeave fired when moving mouse on animated SVG content”