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Click Twice

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  1. Nikojinn says:
    That sounds more like you were binding the same click event twice. jQuery will queue the bindings so if you bind several click events to the same element, when you click it, they will all fire. The slight difference would be the click event was fired twice vs the same click event bound to the element twice.
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    Aug 30,  · Submit - button click twice. JavaScript. jarjarblinx. August 30, , am #1. Im using zurb F5 using their abide to validate my form, i have to click the submit button twice to submit the form.
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  7. Dasida says:
    The problem is that if the user edits the data in the Textbox and then clicks Save, the clicking of save causes the focus to leave the textbox thereby calling the Textchanged event. The page postsback and reloads as you'd expect, but the Save button's click event never fires. The User has to click a second time on the Save button for it to work.
  8. Voodootaxe says:
    May 19,  · This problem started recently: When trying to open a link, I have to click twice on it - and I don't mean a double-click. The first click seems to register, but nothing happens. Clicking a second time, even ten seconds later, opens the link. (I'm running Windows 7 on a one year old ZT Systems PC.).
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