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Editorial: major cleanup around firing and dispatching events
This aligns firing and dispatching of events with updated terminology in the DOM Standard. Among the changes: * A lot less usage of "default action" which isn't really a thing. Instead we make use of the return value of the fire and dispatch algorithms. * Instead of saying things bubble or are cancelable we initialize the attributes as such. * We no longer re-state defaults for isTrusted, bubbles, and cancelable, as that only leads to confusion when they are *not* re-stated. * We now use the legacy target override flag rather than supplying a named argument. This fixes #1713, but plenty of follow up issues remain: * #805 for the remainder of "default action" usage * #1394 for updating synthetic click events * #1887 for removing "fire a simple event" usage * #1893 for updating when checkboxes get checked * #1900 for figuring out if event dispatch requires more hooks * #1912 for revisiting isTrusted usage * #1913 for updating synthetic mouse events * #1922 for making more events composed
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