…en and would not highlight the control when you set currentstyle. Further this could cause errors on some pages and raise a js error that the dom is not modifiable. For IE9 we now just use ole_object.style (instead of currentstyle which element#style is aliased to).
…, so it was only firing onchange
…but is backward compatible to IE8. This does deprecate the ability to attach to a modal by :title, but truthfully that's not useful. There should only be one modal dialog active at any one time. If that's necessary you can always use a Watir::Wait method to wait for the right ie.modal_dialog.title to appear.
…dow and load up the code in your local path. This makes it possible to interact in IRB without having to install gems.
… for this was the selectbox_xpath_test which was failing (in addition to an issue in a Convio app). This also required a minor refactor of how select lists are set. Previously it was just firing an event but it seems to also need a click in IE9.
…other tests and this seems to work in IE8 and IE9
…ons so they will get clicked when in IE9 Document standards mode
…in the code for IE9
…odError on dynamically created methods on Watir::Element
…s us to stiill get to the frames properties so we can work around the issue.