Re: [pointerevents] Clarify what event is `userEvent` to consider `click`/`auxclick` event target after `touchend` (or `pointerup`) (#508)

> > No if pointerdown listener makes different element from pointerdown/touchstart/touchend target capture the pointer. [The expected result of line 192 of my test]( passed on Chrome and Firefox.
> If pointerdown captures the pointer to a different element, pointerup should "target" (via capture) that different element too though.

Yeah, however, both Chrome and Firefox dispatch `click` event on the `#target` instead of `#parent` which is captured and is the target of `pointerup`. So, both browsers treat `userEvent` as the preceding `touchend` or `mouseup`.

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Received on Thursday, 20 June 2024 01:44:57 UTC