When hovering over a <select> menu item, the cursor for the element underneath the menu is displayed

Confirmed Issue #817822 • Assigned to Rick J.

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Created
Sep 11, 2014
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Steps to reproduce

MORE INTERESTING REPRO:

http://www.wikipedia.org/ or any other page with a select control

Open the dropdown using mouse

Move the mouse down the list to select a language

Notice that the cursor is switching between a pointer, hand, text insertion

 

 

 

ORIGINAL REPRO:

 

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Repro Steps:

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  1. Ohttp://jsbin.com/vubim/1](http://jsbin.com/vubim/1) in IE11 on a computer with mouse input and not touch input.[http://jsbin.com/vubim/1](http://jsbin.com/vubim/1) in IE11 on a computer with mouse input and not touch input.

  2. Open the <select>’s menu by clicking on the <select>

  3. Move the mouse pointer so that it’s within the bounds of the <select> menu and also within the bounds of the text <input>

  4. Notice that the not-allowed cursor set by the <input> is displayed, even though you are interacting with the <select> menu and not the text <input>

  5. Notice that hovering over the other <select> menu items correctly displays the normal/default cursor.

Expected Results:

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When hovering over the items of a normal <select> menu, the normal/default cursor should be displayed, regardless of whatever cursor styles are applied to elements that lie underneath the menu.

Actual Results:

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Dev Channel specific:

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    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Assigned To to “Christian F.”

      Changed Steps to Reproduce

      Changed Status to “Confirmed”

      Changed Steps to Reproduce

      Changed Status from “Confirmed” to “Won’t fix”

      Changed Assigned To from “Christian F.” to “Ujesh N.”

      Changed Status from “Won’t fix”

      Changed Assigned To from “Ujesh N.” to “IE F.”

      Changed Status to “Won’t fix”

      Changed Steps to Reproduce

      Changed Assigned To to “Matt R.”

      Changed Status from “Won’t fix”

      Changed Assigned To from “Matt R.” to “Rick J.”

      Changed Status to “Confirmed”

      Changed Assigned To from “Rick J.” to “Ray X.”

      Changed Assigned To from “Ray X.” to “Rick J.”

    • Hello,

      I have facing same issue with the IE 11 browser. Suggest me solution on it.

      Thakns,

    • Hello,

      I have facing same issue with the IE 11 browser. Suggest me solution on it.

      Thanks,

    • Hi All,

      We have the same issue here at Nokia, and are eagerly awaiting an update on this bug.

    • Hi All,

      We have the same issue with the IE 11 and Microsoft Edge and are awaiting an update on this bug.

      Thank you so much!

    • Hello,

      Problem still persist with version 25.10586.672.0

    • We are also experiencing same issue with the IE 11 and Microsoft Edge and awaiting an update on this bug.

    • Problem STILL exists in version IE 11 version 11.576.14393.0 and in Edge version 38.14393.0.0

      This bug was first reported in September of 2014. It is now 2017. Seriously? How is this still a problem?

    • EdgeHTML 15 still has this problem

    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Assigned To from “Rick J.” to “Matt A.”

    • The following answer on Stack Overflow provides a usable workaround. Go give this dude some credit (it’s not me!):
      https://stackoverflow.com/a/43515141/980945

      The only thing you can do to avoid this, is setting the cursor-style of the disabled input element to default. In this case, it could look like this:

      .form-control:disabled {
      cursor: default;
      }
      Note that this is strictly not a fix but a workaround to avoid ugly looking dropdowns.

    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Assigned To from “Matt A.” to “Rick J.”

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