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[Bug 13118] Consider firing the `input` event for contenteditable areas as well

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--- Comment #6 from Aryeh Gregor <ayg@aryeh.name> 2011-08-15 18:07:03 UTC ---
I don't know how useful this would be for the typical contenteditable use-cases
I've been thinking of, namely editors, but the use-case in comment 1 seems
pretty reasonable.  It's basically just using <div contenteditable> as a
textarea that you can use custom styles for.  This isn't the primary intended
use of contenteditable, but it's fair enough, and an input event is as useful
there as for an actual textarea or input.  So I'd say it makes sense to spec
this.

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