Developing for Interneexplorer, how do I detect the number of clicks in Internet Explorer 10

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asked Mar 13, 2016 by Knowapp (1,720 points)
I need to know how to detect number of clicks on HTML element. With Firefox and Chrome, I use "event" object and check its "detail" property. When I mean full screen I mean one that takes all of your screen

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answered May 2, 2016 by JurasekSu (650 points)
selected May 2, 2016 by keyword_9
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I found this simple solution while working on this. See Intermittent Internet Explorer 7 and other versions 404 ... for an overview and links to further details
commented May 2, 2016 by keyword_9 (1,280 points)
I worked on this all day and reading this page helped solve my issue
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answered Mar 29, 2016 by WasSolution (750 points)

Let me try with an analogy: Say you are asked to detect whe.
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answered Apr 29, 2016 by serasio (590 points)

No user data is sent over the internet by this feature.
commented May 1, 2016 by whiteley8740 (280 points)
This page provides good differentiating points. Please look at this page
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answered May 2, 2016 by billus (520 points)
Take a look at this one JavaScript tutorial - Event information - How To Create
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commented May 4, 2016 by whyDont (1,030 points)
Using a decision tree seems to work quite well for this problem

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