Steps to reproduce
- Launch Edge
- Navigate to http://jsbin.com/kedusogidu/edit?html,console,output
- Notice that both button elements in the HTML have the disabled attribute set.
- Click on the first button (without the child element).
- Notice that nothing is logged to the console.
- Click on the second button.
- Notice that “Event bubbled” is logged to the console even though the parent element is disabled.
When an element is disabled, it appears dimmed and does not respond to user input. Disabled elements do not respond to mouse events, nor will they respond to the contentEditable property.
If an element’s disabled property is set to false but it is contained within a disabled element, it cannot override the disabled state of its container.
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Comments and activity
- Microsoft Edge Team
Changed Assigned To to “Mara P.”
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Changed Assigned To to “Christian F.”
Changed Status to “Confirmed”
Changed Assigned To from “Christian F.” to “IE S.”
Changed Status from “Confirmed”
Thank you for providing this information about the issue. We confirmed the problem, and implemented a solution on a later build of Edge. We are resolving this issue as a duplicate of an existing internal bug report. We look forward to additional feedback you may have on how we can improve Microsoft Edge.
The MS Edge Team