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Inert property for objects that should currently not be focused #3090

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IchordeDionysos opened this Issue Jan 4, 2017 · 5 comments

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There is an Inert polyfill with all the information: https://github.com/GoogleChrome/inert-polyfill

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The feature doesn't yet have a specification and hasn't been implemented in any browser.
See #2991.

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cvrebert commented Jan 7, 2017

The feature doesn't yet have a specification and hasn't been implemented in any browser.
See #2991.

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IchordeDionysos Jan 7, 2017

According to ppl from Google there are Intents to implement it now:
GoogleChrome/inert-polyfill#7

IchordeDionysos commented Jan 7, 2017

According to ppl from Google there are Intents to implement it now:
GoogleChrome/inert-polyfill#7

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Quick update on this. We (Chrome) are now shipping inert behind a flag. We're taking the standard through the web platform incubation group process over at https://github.com/WICG/inert

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robdodson commented Jun 30, 2017

Quick update on this. We (Chrome) are now shipping inert behind a flag. We're taking the standard through the web platform incubation group process over at https://github.com/WICG/inert

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