#21 ✓resolved
Stephen Elson

glow.events.fire treat the first parameter like glow.events.addListener

Reported by Stephen Elson | July 17th, 2009 @ 01:40 PM | in 1.6

If you pass addListener a string, it treats it as a CSS selector and gets a NodeList to use.

If you pass addListener a NodeList or CSS selector, it listens for the event on each matching element.

However, glow.events.fire does neither of the above. It tries to fire the event on the string or NodeList object.

It should fire the event on each matching element.

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