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upload, see input option) some browsers including IE 6-10 and Opera will keep last selected file in the input after upload which will prevent the user from uploading the same file twice in a row (this doesn’t apply to drag & drop uploads).

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Added and verified support for Internet Explorer 10 with its incomplete File API. New features like data reading and you have a large text area where a user can input text manually but also drop a file to be sent to the server via AJAX.See extensive comments in the sources for more details and examples. New File Drop provides special File List object instead of arrays that were used when passing dropped files to event listeners.This object is array-like and contains useful methods for filtering, sorting and updating the collection. If value is already an array its copy is returned (so changing value later doesn’t affect the returned clone).However, sometimes that also can mean you're seeing an older version of a site.The problem is easily fixed by following the steps in Clear your browser's cache.Below are some examples — look in the docs and sources for complete info. skip First, if given, omits specified number of elements from the start. then base’s properties will replace those in child even if child has its own properties of that name.

File Drop makes extensive use of events and lets you customize virtually every aspect of the drag & drop or upload process by intercepting and overriding default handlers. Note that it doesn’t clone child, it’s edited in-place.

If you have a file input that you want to read files from the following code will create a collection of normalized This is among the coolest tasks — uploading photos.

File Drop makes it easy to generate thumbnails prior to sending files to the server — just when they were dropped onto your drop zone.

For this reason Drop Handle automatically facilitates the upload and offers only one event map — all handlers attached to this zone.

When given a single non-array parameter returns array of handlers of that particular event.

This is safe in most cases but if your project does some extra customization on opt.this might erase them and attached events unless you are doing that in Chrome, unlike Firefox, dispatches drop events for the entire document rather than the input element. If you want the same behaviout in Firefox then you can manually set it to .