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[Author leans back, puts feet on desk and starts puzzling over a Rubik’s Cube. Sensing there are still people in the room, he looks up…]
Oh hey there, what are you still doing here?
Oh, you want to complicate things unnecessarily?
You want to handle the super-duper edge case where a user starts tabbing, but then begins using the mouse. You then want to start hiding the blue focus ring again, rather than continue to show the outline because that would surely be the end of the world.
I disapprove, but I support your right to do things the wrong way.
We listen for the first press of the tab key, then add the
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