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Default MouseOut event fires constantly

First of all, great book!!! Thanks!

Still i don't understand some things. The event wrapper object is great and very usefull.

I made a little script and used your EventUtil object to attach events to every anchor on the page. I attach eventhandlers for each mouseover, mousemove, mouseout. When I move over the element it fires the mouseout constantly while it should not.

Can somebody explain to me why this happens?

an example

It's probably something i don't get but before i move on i really want to know what i did wrong.

Thanks in advance.

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